After being hit with a few delays, Phresher's PH quietly dropped, marking the New York baritone's official debut to the game. Coming off high profile features alongside Eminem and 2 Chainz on "Chloraseptic Remix," Phresher has tapped Busta Rhymes, Jay Critch, Joey Bada$$, Cardi B, Fetty, and more for his latest effort. From the opening track "Like Dis," which features further proof that Bus-a-Bus is one of the most sharp-witted veterans in the game, to the Cardi assisted "Right Now," PH gives an eclectic, though often high octane, examination of his persona.
Don't get it twisted. Though his voice can seem overpowering at times, it's also capable of conveying versatility. Tracks like "All My Life" and "Grindin" feel a little more melodically driven."Radio" lives up to its name with a bubbly, up-tempo instrumental. Even "Papi Chulo" finds Phresher trying his hand at the ongoing Latin music craze. When he promised the album would showcase all sides of himself, he wasn't kidding.