MOBO Unsung, one of the UK’s booming talent competitions organizations, which consistently hoists unsigned artists has recently released a “Class Of 2022” album.
The East London rapper, Crae Wolf glides on this drill beat, and as the first one to spit on the “Lower Your Tone” single—she emulates the resonance of the beat with her flow. “The Wolf” as she is infamous for starts,
“Again and again/touch down and it’s half past 10/never late when I set the trend/break the rules you know that I bend,”
Crae Wolf’s affluence on this drill beat is engaging and ostentatious. She adds a bit of swag to her delivery as well. Crae is comfortable with this beat. She switches up the flow with a sensual delivery, almost taunting which sticks with the theme of the song.
“…never take what’s mine/don’t get too serious, I’m serious,”
After Crae ends her verse, she transitions to the hook of the song
“Been ringing my line/he on the phone/he wanna uh uh/“
he wanna bone/tell him to shh/ lower your tone/
“I’m counting the digits.”
One of the duo members, AE drops in quickly,
“he wanted me from the jump/the lips, the tits, the arse/“
“I flip the script then ride it on top”
The other half of AE kicks in with her flow,
“Body like butter/ and the back full of jam/“
“I’m just playing/but I meant it/ don’t diss ’cause the gas stay geekin/“
These three rappers flow in accordance with one another. AE and Crae Wolf’s voices suit this drill beat on “Lower Your Tone”. The back and forth from Crae, to Els, then Adamaa is enjoyable. They are having fun on the beat and each lady brings their own personal style to the track.
“Lower Your Tone” is gratifying, fun to listen to, a solid replay value. Watch out, these ladies are next in line.
Listen to Crae Wolf and AE’s “Lower Your Tone” here