Still Movin' lyricist extraordinaire Dizzy Wright released his solid project The Golden Age 2 today, and it's definitely living up to its name. While many tracks have been released ahead of time as part of the weekly "Still Movin' Monday" movement, the album does contain a few new bangers, including the outstanding "Do The Most." This track does manage to capture some of those Golden Age vibes, with a primary focus on lyricism and flow over vibe and catchy turn-of-phrase.
With a smooth beat that pairs a choir-esque synth with a melancholic piano chord progression, the whole sonic aesthetic is somewhat off-kilter and eerie. Over frantic percussion, Dizzy Wright goes in consistently, at times channeling The Game with some serious name-drops. In the second verse he reps Dipset, A$AP Yams, and Tory Lanez, but does so in creative and clever ways. In fact, what's so dope about this track is way in which Dizzy utilizes his voice. Depending on what kind of flow he's kicking, Wright always manages to switch up the cadence in just the right way.
The chorus fires shots at some wack artists, whom he accuses of attempting to do the most and fucking up the game as a result. For shame. If you're feeling this, be sure to check out the album in it's entirety. You won't regret it.
Came when they wouldn't let us
We never let it effect us
Family man I like them holidays and ugly Christmas sweaters
On my down time I like to smoke a pound and switch them letters
I'm a simple man
But how they get away with murder on his schedule?
It's time for the golden age we headed for the golden medal