Styles P “Float Good” review

Styles P “Float Good”
Styles P provides a few bars over an unlikely source on “Float Good.” The subdued sounds of Frank Ocean’s “Swim Good” seem to play well with Styles P’s loose, faded flair at first, until one begins to listen to the lyrics and comes to the realization that he is saying nothing. Lines which should seemingly hold weight about religion, the nature of good and evil and the perpetually changing, slippery grasp the apex exerts on the throne are simply flotsam bobbing along on the surface. There is seemingly no heavier meaning, despite a somewhat cryptic and admittedly enjoyable delivery.
Ocean used the beat’s mellow throb to dance and weave a sparse tale haunted by echoes of suicide and new life. Styles merely seems to dive in. Float is apt verbiage for the track’s title, since one must do nothing to achieve it properly.
“Float Good” receives a PA
Rating:
P…Horrible
PA…Tolerable
PAR…Good
PARL…Kinda Great
PARLÉ… Classic
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Styles P provides a few bars over an unlikely source on “Float Good.” The subdued sounds of Frank Ocean’s “Swim Good” seem to play well with Styles P’s loose, faded flair at first, until one begins to listen to the lyrics and comes to the realization that he is saying nothing. Lines which should seemingly hold weight about religion, the nature of good and evil and the perpetually changing, slippery grasp the apex exerts on the throne are simply flotsam bobbing along on the surface. There is seemingly no heavier meaning, despite a somewhat cryptic and admittedly enjoyable delivery.  

Ocean used the beat’s mellow throb to dance and weave a sparse tale haunted by echoes of suicide and new life. Styles merely seems to dive in. Float is apt verbiage for the track’s title, since one must do nothing to achieve it properly. 

 

Download:  Styles P – “Float Good”

 

“Float Good” receives a PA

 

Rating:

P…Horrible

PA…Tolerable

PAR…Good

PARL…Kinda Great

PARLÉ… Classic       

 

 

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