Dizzy Villain has returned with his latest album release titled Lead The Pack. In a hip-hop world saturated with trap beats and mumble rap, the Albuquerque based rapper has his sound centered around old school and boom bap styled instrumentals. As a result, he showcases his expansive flows and intricate lyrics from start to finish.
Dizzy Villain – Lead The Pack
Throughout Lead The Pack, his lyrical creativity is the driving force behind each track despite the varying energies and moods behind the instrumentals. He quickly sets the tone for the entire project in the lead track “Snake Heads” with the lyrics “I’m trying to connect, not trying to impress.” His passion and love for the music he’s making shines through, as his creative rhyme schemes, quotable lyrics, and precise delivery elevate the project as a whole.
One notable element head throughout is the wide variety of instrumentation with each beat. This can be heard with the brass lead in “Punch-a-Rapper”, to the piano driven track “Listen”, and the presence of heavy percussion on “Angel/Demon.” In addition, stand out tracks on the album include “Punch-a-Rapper”, “Rare Blend”, and “Rhyme Spree.”
Throughout the entirety of Lead The Pack, Dizzy Villain’s expansive and creative verses define the album from start to finish. The energy of the album stays on a high note the entire time, as the varying styles and sounds of each track keep things interesting throughout the entire listen.