I gotta be honest, y’all. When I first got the tweet from Plewto Smith, I immediately thought this was going to be wack. I know I knowâ€¦total dick move.Â I really have to stop being so presumptuous, because, in this caseâ€¦I was totally wrong. I donâ€™t know much about this guy, but by his picture he appears to be pretty young. Thatâ€™s impressive because he doesnâ€™t seem to be making stereotypical young kid rap music.
Is it overly original? Nah. Is it mind blowing? Nah. Is it good, though? In my opinion, definitely. I like the guyâ€™s approach to music. He seems hella confident on the mic. His flow is nice and heâ€™s got a decent singing voice to boost. The beat was super dope and he rode it like a almost-professional porn star. It says it was produced by someone named Kayzee. Never heard of him, but it has that laid back 90â€™s era Hiero style to it with the deep basslines and the keyboard sounds. And Plewto did his thing pretty nicely over it.
Twitter is basically a song about what dude feels like heâ€™s doing with music as well as what he wants to do with it. Itâ€™s braggadocios without being overly boasting.Â Itâ€™s stylish without being too swaggy. I also like how he used the title â€œTwitterâ€ to go with his jam. â€œFollow meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeâ€¦..â€
Again, Iâ€™m not going to front like this is the best shit Iâ€™ve ever heard, but Iâ€™m also not going to lie and say it didnâ€™t have my head bobbin’ for a minute (no pause). With a little work, I think this guy could be a good addition to that â€œuplifting and accessible, while still appealing to an underground marketâ€ area of hip hop. Keep doing your thing, Plewto. Iâ€™d be interested in checking out a full project.
â€œYou could never imitate cuz Iâ€™m full of intensity. Even Johnny Cage and Scorpion could never finish me.â€œ #nerdswag