Long Beach California’s own Prime Blaq has just released his latest effort, Perseverance. The track immediately will capture listeners’ attentions, as one can hear hints of Jay Electronica and The Game with bits of early “The College Dropout”-era Kanye West, during Perseverance, Prime Blaq is able to create a rapid flow that works perfectly with the J. Dilla-inspired backing beat. The rising synths that play in the background allow Prime Blaq’s raps to shine. The best thing about this track is the dense and detailed flow that Prime Blaq lays out; the narrative that is established during this single will have listeners play the track back to back a number of time.
The production of Perseverance is stellar, allowing the backing beat and the flow to shine alone or as a unified front. This is easily a track that could make it onto rap radio; it stands alone in its own unique way while being able to have the same head-nodding beat and fire flows that typically bubble to the top. Prime is a rapper that is able to put his own style and flair into the recording while having just enough present to have fans of all sorts of rap to hold onto every word.
Few tracks can make it to the three-minute mark and have listeners on the edges on their seats, but Prime Blaq’s intensity ensures that fans will bang this track until the final beat hits. For more information about Prime Blaq, to hear singles of his music, or to keep up to date about this impressive new force, visit his domain or social media accounts. We’ll make sure to update you, our readers, the next time Prime Blaq drops a new track.
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