Chris Webby is a man who clearly enjoys a little bit of playfulness in his rhymes. Nowhere is that more evident than on his newest release "Undeniable," a song where weaves his way in and out of Mathers-esque sequences, like pairing "origami" and "port-a-potty." Stripped-down production also helps things, keeps the beats minimalist to allow for the lyrics to hit with maximum impact.
Webby brings us "Undeniable" as a follow-up to "Weirdo," a track that hit in April. I'm not quite sure what to make of the style or delivery sometimes, but it's all somehow compelling.
I like 'em short and
About yay high and sort of sloppy
All my Tempurpedic fold 'em up