"Feeling Good" is an up-tempo, hard-hitting smash that features the Chicago emcee and beatsmith rhyming over a heavy bassline, crisp strings, and monstrous claps. The listener gets an interesting perspective of an up-and-coming musician describing the hardships of succeeding in the competitive music industry.
"Still on a mission, baby, but I'm doing fine/'Cause I know if I keep racing I'ma see the finish line/And I'm actually doing better than I even thought I would/So really no need to worry 'cause I'm feeling really good," sings TrakBoss during the very melodic hook.
RichDaPitt is an upcoming rapper from Chi-Town. Coming from the city of Detroit, he brings that D-town feel to his lyrical punchlines and beats that anyone can ride to. Personal Favorites of mine are Someday U & Eye, Gold Casket, and Cruise Control. Rich's metaphors and delivery are something that Chicago Rap needs and will appreciate.
In the wake of the NWTS leak, hustle-prone YouTuber Lima Limon was quick to recraft an instrumental of Drake's intro "Tuscan Leather" (originally produced by Noah "40" Shebib). Lima penned a 24-bar verse of multis and shifting flows with lyrics shifting from punchlines to wordplay on the album's song titles and even addressing legal concerns by claiming Creative Commons on this release.
Philadelphia MC Shizz Gone is back at it again. This time, the artist takes on fellow Philadelphia native Meek Mill's song "Ooh Kill Em". This one definitely is a BANGER! With his rapid flow switches and witty word play, you'll want to play this record over and over again! For all his latest updates follow him on Twitter: @ShizzGone and check out his site: ShizzGone.com ! Be on the look out for his project: A Theory Gone Wrong on October 30th!