Predictably, hip-hop routinely displays another voice so directing that it turns into an errand to turn away. Such is the situation on the subject of Brockton, Massachusetts-reared emcee Jiles and the proof lies in the rapper’s subsequent performance single to date: “Nic Nacs.”
It is unexpected animosity that hues “Nic Nacs” as Jiles mercilessly ambushes the Ricky Felix-created setting in both expertise and conveyance. It’s difficult to overlook the likenesses between “Nic Nacs” and the early lists of any semblance of ScHoolboy Q. As Q reported that such determinations never again serve his present way of life, it’s no stretch to take an early wager and spot Jiles as a torchbearer of filthy road accounts, returning to a reason established not in glorification, yet rather unadulterated portrayal.
He’ll get the opportunity to put this hypothesis under serious scrutiny as his first full-length drop is expected toward the month’s end. Up to that point, get very much familiar with “Nic Nacs.”
Crabs in a bucket
I sprinkle some Old Bay
She ride me like Bronco
Her nickname is OJ