Audio Push are fresh off the release of their latest tape Inside The Vibe 2, so you could argue they are residually in "album mode." Which explains the impetus behind this scorching LA Leakers session the duo recorded over Tyga's "Taste" instrumentals. The euphoria of creative synergies can be sustained through a daily regimen, inevitably the moment your hand lets go of the nozzle you're back at square one.
Thankfully Oktane and Price are fairly consistent performers. Whatever they lack in industry contacts, they make up for with cohesiveness. It's almost as if their LA Leakers freestyle exists if only to offer a disparate voice to Tyga's lifestyle blabber.The "GVTmix" we behold doesn't bear the same probable insecurity. Instead of bragging about successful business foreclosure, Audio Push dispense every style on the sketchpad.
Although unrecognizable at first glance, Audio Push's "GVTmix" is a great example of how cultural values have shifted. "Battle rap" has become such an air-tight proposition, that unless you're calling someone out by name, the rest of the field lies predominantly dormant, no matter what's been said.
You n***** are my kids
I've got teens, I've got Tylers
I ain't even got no babies of my own
They all fostered
Still young rasta
Hair like pasta
We all on them songs
That you knock back shots to