By this point, readers should be fairly aware of Pizzle. In the five months since he first graced our pages on the universally-acclaimed "Yellow Tape" with King Los, the emcee has turned heads on two additional guest spots. Now, he makes his solo debut with "Try Me," a freestyle renditionÂ of DeJ Loaf's ever-popular hit single.
For his take on the instrumental, Pizzle chooses to nix the song's originator altogether. With the chorus removed, all of the listener's attention is diverted to our new headliner. Fortunately, he makes the most of that attention, displaying an impressive array of flows and cadences over the course of two-and-a-half minutes of lyrical heat.
Feelin' "Try Me"? Stay tuned as we continue to cover the roll out to Pizzle'sÂ Grand Design tape, coming soon.
IÂ really get love in the city that I came up
I can't say the same thing about you
Niggas was turnt off of that wack verse
Like that shit was really true
But if you a fan of that, nigga, that says a lot about you