Florida-based emcee Bizzy Crook’s dedication to his craft is undeniable. Curating nearly 11 projects over the course of a decade, the “Cartier Jaguar” has another hit on his hands with his latest single, “Spiteful.”
Rejoined by former collaborator and Grammy-award winning producer Foreign Teck, Bizzy makes his exes jealous on the boastful track dedicated to old love interests. “Spiteful” further sees Bizzy curate an anthem detailing how well he’s been since his previous romantic partners — remaining unfazed by those who’ve scorned him.
“I hope you know there ain’t no leveling up after me,” he triumphantly spits over reversed piano slides and head-bobbing kicks that instantly catch the ear. Foreign Teck’s presence is wholeheartedly felt on “Spiteful,” as the pair previously linked up for their menacing collaboration “Cartier Jaguar.” Opting for a more atmospheric route, the instrumental shows off Bizzy’s charisma as he lyrically flexes about “riding through the city feeling Spiteful” and realizing that he “used to think the money would be enough to fix my brokenness.”
“Always had potential but potential ain’t a guarantee
Whole city knew that you was mine so don’t embarrass me
Searching for the truth in all my songs you know this therapy
Shit that we done did I take it with me when they bury me“Bizzy Crook — “Spiteful”
“Spiteful” serves as the lead single for the rap veteran’s upcoming full-length project The Good Times Are Killing Me, scheduled to hit streaming services this summer.
In addition to high-profile features from French Montana and 42 Dugg, Bizzy has shown great diversity on fan-favorite tracks like “Dios Mio” and “Suicidal Tendencies,” proving his star potential yet again. As he continues to wow listeners with lyrical versatility and stellar production, it is only a matter of time before Bizzy Crook to steal the limelight.
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