The Dallas-based rapper Yella Beezy’s new platter Baccend Beezy is bringing the heat back to hip-hop. This 15-track disc features such guests as NLE Choppa, Sir Rec, Trapboy Freddy, and more. At a point in music history when too many hip-hop artists are cranking out albums in which every cut sounds too much the same, this audio offering is a breath of fresh air.
His signature sound is a musical mashup of multiple genres including country, rap, and hip-hop. Beezy’s work on Baccend Beezy also reflects distinct traces of his Southern roots. Unsurprisingly, Beezy’s dedication to remaining true to himself results in this release includes a number of hot highlights.
Marlo fans will especially enjoy “Big Sh*t” which is a noteworthy foreshadowing of the tuneful team-ups included here. Beezy leaves his mark on “Tattoo.” Here he and Too $hort pair up to present that trademark strip club vibe. There’s also the sure-to-be fan favorite R&B jam as the entertaining “Restroom Occupied” with Chris Brown.
“On a Flight” with Young Thug will please those into that trap sound. Listeners will also like “Throwed” with K. Michelle, which is yet another bound-to-please R&B jam. The closing cut, perhaps one of the best here, is “Bacc At it Again” with Gucci Mane and Quvao.
Beezy has managed to drop a disc that delivers cuts clever enough to remain true to his signature sound despite the addition of an assortment of other artists. That takes talent. Baccend Beezy is definitely worth a listen.