“God damn what a day to be walkin’ tall”
Despite hosting airy beat–vibing with the efforts uplifting intent–“Float”still hits you right in the chest. Wrekonzie matches the productions juxtaposition with a flow that seems to glide right atop the beat delivered with his smooth, yet textured vocals.
In an album that isn’t afraid to get dirty–see edgy efforts like “Nightmare (Yeah)” and “Only One”–“Float” is a great change of pace; not just socially either. On “Float” the message is just as important as how it’s delivered.
Helping hammer home the positive message of “Float” Wrekonzie delivered a completely stripped-down rendition of the lead off verse. Without the beat, the listener really has a chance to savor every line while showcasing Wrek’s prowess as an emcee; not that we needed any further proof!