Warning: We have a banger on our hands.
Big Skeez comes up big on his track “Aiyahih,” which is probably pronounced just the way you think. Hailing from the west side of Sydney, Australia, Skeez tries his best at making a Young Thug inspired joint. While Skeez holds a much deeper tone and voice than Thugger, he still captures that essence and is successful with his efforts. Produced by cashmoneyAP, the bass hits heavy throughout the track keeping you in a head-nodding trance.
Skeez commands the attention of the listener with his voice and sounds exceptional over the zone-like hook. This is a dope take on what sounds like a mash-up of trap and trance-rap, with a few scattered drops throughout to give it that EDM vibe. “Aiyahih” is the perfect song to play at the club when you’re winding down but still feeling lit enough. The cover art is a good explanation at how that description feels and matches up with the song style well. Something about the track is drowning in a type of swagger that really gives no fucks. While listening, that same swagger seems to take over and you can’t help but start feelin’ yourself a bit. Skeez can’t help but shake his head and say “aiyahih” at others who aren’t quite on his level or are doing whack things with their lives. Confidence is something you need to make it in the rap game and Skeez is embodying that with this joint.
Oh lord / Oh please don’t make me hurt him
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