First with his arresting "Stick Up" video and then with his lyrical pyrotechnics on "Do You," Armani White has easily been one of the best new artists we've discovered this year. His impressive catalog grows today with "Young Adults," a new track that he says "thrives off of the cultural waithood that rests between Adolescence and Adulthood."
Opening the vivid image of White splitting his bonus, rolling it up in his diploma and smoking it, the track is yet another example of his ability to not only rap about interesting subjects in a unique way, but also make his bars sound great in an aesthetic sense. He pieces together bars with intricate internal rhymes, and builds his aggression until it peaks at just the right moment in the song. You'll want to spin this one a few times to catch everything.
What you saving them pensions for? A charger short of a extension cord?
Killed two birds off that wire, too stoned to cross up and Gimp with Lorde
I get mentioned more by attention whores that sink intercourse when I'm popping up
We just bench her boyfriend and we chop it up and then we left the wet dreams on rinsing board