The last we heard from Royce Rizzy was the glistening ATL pop-rap jam, "No More", but don't get it confused with his new post-Zaytoven trap joint, "No Moe". On both songs Rizzy is expressing his distaste for peers who don't keep it real "No Moe", flipping the phrase around much like he did with the titular mantra on his breakthrough single, "Gah Damn".
"No Moe" is somewhere between Rich Homie Quan and Migos, with Royce delivering some throaty melodies and triplet flows, while backed by some catchy synth brass riffs. Recently signing with Jermaine Dupri's So So Def label, Rizzy is poised to break through on a national platform. Is this the record that'll do it for him?
Ain't nobody real no more
Can't fuck with the bitch no more
Need 100 bands for a show
Can't even walk through the front door
'Til these lame girls take a seat
Know it's Kato on the beat