Young Delaware artist Lil West, a lover of deep turn-up melodies, is always experimental when it comes to producers. His latest, "Racks on Me," finds him venturing across the pond to rap over a heavy but soothingly aquatic club production from NYQUILL. The track was shared via the London producer's SoundCloud.
Though there's a basic trap framework to the drums, this is a different, more electronic production than what West is used to, and the whole arrangement has a UK toughness about it. West's flow ends up sinking nicely into the layered synth textures, and though the song focuses on his usual materialistic content, there's a new sense of emotional depth to his voice that makes "Racks on Me" especially immersive.