It is quite hard to define Detroit emcee Multi, because his style resembles nothing I heard till now.
I Gotta Bitch is an entertaining track that is built of rapid flute sounds and rhythmic drum and keyboard sounds. The rapid rhythm nicely introduces the Â«Â change of hoeÂ Â» theme of the song.
Each bitch Multi describes is here for a precise purpose: one hoe who likes doggy style, another who likes to bounce around, a third one likes to pull her legs in the air and so on.
Watch Multi pimp his hoes and enjoy the track while he enumerates his many hoes .
Life Ain’t Nothingâ€¦but bitches and moneyâ€¦hear Ice Cube’s words into the Michigan emcee’s mouth. The song is actually a re-worked I Gotta Bitch musical background.
Multi transposes the Compton emcee’s words into a typical Michigan context. Check it out.
Get Back starts with some electric guitar sounds that introduce you into a quite offensive atmosphere. Multi gently reminds you that the streets of Detroit are all about realness. Bitches and snitches, stay away from him.
Let the violins lead you into a very rhythmic and quite euphoric song, Get It On. The hood anthem is definitely worth your attention. Lyrically and instrumentally, Multi did a good job.
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