On "Type A Way," Eric Bellinger makes his intentions clear from the jump. Speaking to a potential love interest, Bellinger vows to "turn her to a fiend," "make her scream," and "call him zaddy." Coming on strong is an understatement, but if it ain't broke don't fix it. Showcasing a strong sense of vocal control as he weaves into falsetto, Bellinger sets the tone for his upcoming opus Rebirth 2, not to be confused with Lil Wayne's bizzare, yet oddly trendsetting foray into "rock music."
Chris Brown comes through for the second verse, holding with down with his signature sense of confident swagger. For a man as prolific as Breezy, he somehow manages to keep the quality relatively consistent. His effort here is no exception. "She gon' make it disappear with the lights on, know my batting average, lay down on my mattress," sings Brown. "I'm a pro, don't need the practice." All the while, OG Parker showcases his versatility, holding it down with a crisp, pop-friendly backdrop.
Lookout for Rebirth 2, set to arrive tomorrow.
Turn you to a fiend
Yeah, fresh, ride in
Make you scream, uh
Make you call me zaddy
Come, uh, over to the floor
Give you rounds, make you want more
Drop it, make it wobble