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"The song begins with a catchy rhythm and then some rapping begins. The rapper's voice is seductive and monotone and no doubt will hook listeners in with his catchy and vulgar lyrics. Backed by a drum machine and some synthesizers, the song remains a thoroughly mellow dance tune.” ~ Dirty Dog, Mad Maluzu
"The song in general is ambitious, clever, and a little scandelous. The author's tone fits the lyrics of the song perfectly. The lyrics are seductive and witty. The introduction, vocals, and pitch are all strong, engaging, and thought out. The tempo is very fast paced and fun. The melody and harmony are phenomonal.This song would fit in the hip-hop category in the commercial state. It has a lot of potential to it!” ~ Dirty Dog, Mad Maluzu
"Def Jam band at poetry night at the bar, I love it haha. This is someone the underground music goers would love. The guy sounds like hes at a bar doing this wasted. I love the tone of the beat, drunk creeping for sure.” ~ The Damn Bar, Mad Maluzu
"Very eerie beat which sucks you in from the beginning. Solid and well put together. Harmony and music go well together. You can't stop bobbing your head to it. Mellow voice smooths out the background music and is harmonized with the music.” ~ Get Up On the Pole, Mad Maluzu
"the artist has a strange vocal quality I've never witnessed before... the instrumental was gangster... the lyrics were dope... the melody was hypnotic... the tone was amazing... the drums and snares were hard... the effects in the background were sick... you got a rocking body and a pretty face... this song goes hard... high quality sound loops and inventive competitive rhythm that has no match... let me know can you make it go... it has been my honor to have the pleasure of reviewing this song!!” ~ Get Up On the Pole, Mad Maluzu
"This has a totally intense deep beating introduction that quickly goes to a flat chord. From there there is a deep series of rap that has a metallic sound. It is not quite a rap, nor is it a chorus. It has no regular components. Instead it is a hypnotic rhythm gone wild.” ~ Get Up On the Pole, Mad Maluzu