Hailing from England, rapper Whozini is at his best when he’s creating a hook for a heavily melodic beat. This was evident on multiple tracks off Whozini’s recent project, Tea, including “Balaclava,” which presented a clear disconnect in style and flow between the rapper’s hook and the verses that followed. The song has a really catchy flow, due not only to the melody but to some unique vocal rhythms. It allows his vibey singing voice to come through effectively, but the delivery immensely changes in his verses and showcases a flow that sits back on the beat in a distracting way. Whozini could really thrive by letting his singing voice takeover and gearing more towards melodic, hook-like versus.
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