G*59’s very own Ramirez has released his hard-hitting new project, Son of Serpentine, chock-full of cold-blooded bangers.
The first thing I have to mention is that the production on here really impressed me. The beats are pretty bass heavy and punchy, and feature some meticulously crafted melodies and sample implementations that really caught my ear. Perfect examples of this are the Mikey The Magician-produced tracks “2 Step Stevie” and “P.O.P.”, which feature some nice soulful samples that I can’t place, but are an extremely nice touch. The sounds on here are truly refreshing to hear, as every beat is unique and compelling. Ramirez doesn’t slow down at all across the 32 minutes, but he does it in the right way, as the project doesn’t grow stale in the slightest.
Ramirez joins forces with ZillaKami right off the bat with the intro track, “Mosh Pit Killa”, one of the hardest songs on the tape. ZillaKami made waves last year as part of New York outfit City Morgue, who dropped a pretty impressive debut tape late last year.
Ramirez exhibits his strengths as a rapper, tearing it up track-after-track, impressing listeners with a variety of intoxicating flows on top of some really refreshing and banging beats. Don’t sleep on this project, check it out below and on all streaming services.