“If there’s any sort of promise to be shown within a lyricist, its not hard to find in Woo Child, as the concept “some emcee’s come, and some emcees don’t come out at all” comes to mind. Woo Child comes live with hard hitting, tongue twisting vocal missiles that surely blow up any microphone that dare attempts to harness the power of woo’s flow, unlike some of his competition. Highly proclaimed throughout hip hop’s underground, this rhyme slayer is destine to reach beyond the stars, constantly dealing rawly intense hip hop music to craving fans suffering from the itch. ” While most of Woo Child’s tracks have a “laid back” feel to them, some surely shock listeners with rhymes too hype to hold. Regardless of the aura the rhyme is presented in, lyrical context is equally as ill in every track presented on the “Double U Double Oh” album. The key ingredients needed to mix up a tasty album are all present.
Sure to be favorite tracks such as “12 Seconds”, “My Life”, and “Clarity” make Double U Double Oh an album worthy of being held in heavy rotation. The way in which the complexity of the lyrics, punch lines are presented is so smooth, the rhymes are still held as being easy to relate too.
Coming raw with non stop abrasive flows that bite, Woo Child’s hot album “Double U Double Oh” is definitely something every fan should check out. Weak points are unseen in any terms, as this album reaches for the peak, giving fans some raw, tight, intense, hip hop music they can enjoy and vibe.
One of Woo Child’s strongest attributes is the way in which he presents his music with so much feeling and heart that it comes across to the listeners very impacting. Be on the look out for Woo, and check out the album now.
Lyrical Content: The lyrical content presented on this album is easily some of the best content presented on a underground hip hop album. Style, punch lines, flow, structure, presentation, metaphor, vocab, all come together to create some highly ill lyrical content on the “Double U Double Oh” album.
Beat Content: The beats presented on this album are worthy of the lyrical content, coming fresh, banging, and definitely moving. Possibly the best beat on the album backs the tight lyrics presented on the track entitled “My Life”. Like most of the lyrics Woo Child presents, the beat grasps a hold of you til you feel it, feel me?