What a way to start a Friday. Taizu wastes no time getting to business is his colorful new visual for “Practice,” packing a gritty flow and a dynamic beat in two minutes and 38 seconds of hype. The song is called “Practice,” but it feels as though making music and having fun comes easy to him.
We find him standing on tables, walking through lines of clothing, all while sporting a blindfold with eyes drawn on. Shoutout to the Allen Iverson sample and consistent beat switches. Practice?!?! Produced by Rishi Rex, there’s a clear synergy between the beat and the experimental rapper. Sonically pleasing, there is depth within the lyricism that is only caught with a truly tuned in ear. That allows versatility in the track, and he accompanying visual only furthers how creative this effort is overall.
It’s reminiscent of the Lil Wayne days where you were sold off of the energy alone, but the more you listen and catch things the talent is truly on display. The beauty of experimental artists like this is what’s coming next might just be completely out of the realm of something like “Practice.” Check it our for yourself below!