In an effort to build more anticipation around The Futuristic World Suicide, the sneak peeks from Still Grindin’ Productions keep coming. Fresh from his participation on the "Superheroes" single, Juan Rogelio goes for self on "Exotic Furs." As an Atlanta, GA resident that can also rep for Bronx, NY as his hometown, Juan adds a Southern swagger to his East Coast posturing. Lyrical Terror may be one of his aliases, but that aspect of his verbal skill is hung up on the shelf on "Exotic Furs," a song that exposes the player underneath the microphone fiend.
Electric piano riffs set the mood against slow drum programming that's slightly R&B in nature, but retaining its hip-hop knock. A string section hangs low in the background as Juan takes the beat by the hand and the waistline seducing women of all ages by the song's end.
Seeing as how hip-hop is ultimately dependent upon words, one would think that this genre shouldn't be so hard pressed for topics to rhyme about. Juan Rogelio's involvement in "Superheroes" proved that a rap single can be topically different and undeniably banging all at once. "Exotic Furs," does the same and even more.
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