When music is done right, it can evoke a certain image or vibe in the mind of the listener. On "Like This," the new song from L.A. rapper Free Ackrite, one can't help but picture themselves cruising down the strip in the same chromed out Benz truck pictured on the cover, avoiding the cops and checking out the fly California girls on the way.
The song takes heavy influence from Californian tradition. Ackrite and Yelohill's chilled-out, bouncy flows, combined with the synth-heavy production from DJ Wes (an Inglewood native) and Radioactive, places the song squarely in the genre of the modern G-Funk revival, pioneered by artists like YG and DJ Mustard.
Next time you're out with your buddies, cruising in the whip, put this song on and watch the vibe instantly take over.
Your real feelings coming out, huh?
Them bitches flock when I'm out, huh?
That 5-50 kinda hot, huh?
I went to jail for them glocks, huh?
That's 3 cases down, I beat all of them.