We were impressed by the range, both musically and vocally, of rapper ToBy, who mixes R&B, trap and lo-fi flavors into an enjoyable collection of tracks. ToBy spreads himself far across the genre, and his voice allows him to do so. While his barring ability is strong, his raps are the least intriguing tool in his arsenal. Where his voice stuck out was in the melodic hooks and bridges. Each song has a chunk that allows ToBy to use his voice and aid the song in a seemingly different way. Each bit has some clear stylistic experimentation and we even pulled some resemblance to the late Lil Peep from the hook on “Southside.” ToBy is certainly onto something as he experiments and finds his niche, and we’re along for the ride.
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