Hide & Seek begins with a dark and intense backing beat that rises at the right point to give Justina Valentine’s vocals a considerable boost. JV’s lyrical flow this time is nothing short of sick, with a speed similar to when performers like Em or Yelawolf really pump the gas. There’s a nuance here that will have listeners digging into the effort a number times before hearing everything that Justina has included within.
Just Spit It has a back and forth between Valentine’s flow and the booming bass that plays in the background. THe higher keys that play at points during this single act as a second set of vocal elements to further highlight each and every bar. Taken together, these cuts showcase Justina Valentine’s considerable evolution as a performer over the course of the last four months.