Exclusive Review: Xaeproducedit – “Shoot (feat. Johnny Drip Cho Cho & Musa 40)” Single

Review by: Justyn W. Brodsky

Cover Art of Xaeproducedit’s new single “Shoot”

Some new Atlanta street heat has hit the block. Produced by track master Xaeproducedit along with feature artists Johnny Drip Cho Cho and Musa 40 at the helm of the mic, this sensational southern Hip Hop single, “Shoot,” is cleverly crafted with the perfect dose of Trap House and resonation between both old school and modern sensibilities.

Featuring a solid Trap beat that sets an ominous tone with a snap-music callback, “Shoot” is a versatile and well executed banger that is told through the eyes of Xaeproducedit‘s experiences growing up. With lyrics that could definitely be described as somewhat contentious, the catchiness of this track’s chorus will likely get any crowd pumped up or turnt. You can hear some strong influences throughout this track that includes industry heavyweights like DMX, OutKast, UGK, Ludacris among others, but still holds its own in the originality factor when it comes to serving up fresh takes and clever callbacks. It combines an effective balance between yesterday and today’s Hip Hop elements and never tries to outdo itself in any particular direction.

The rappers really kill it on this song. Both Johnny Drip Cho Cho and Musa 40 are uniquely gifted lyricists and really bring out that southern flavor Atlanta is loved and known for. It’s a perfect club banger and playlist favorite and fits in perfectly with any other street acclaimed classic in both the mainstream and underground communities of Hip Hop. You can find this track on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music and several other digital music streaming platforms. It’s a must-listen for 2020 and will easily make its way onto your playlist after the first listen.

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