The 28-year-old MC fuses dance music along with his signature sound for a mesmerizing hit with the assist of Don Toliver.
Beyond Pi’erre Bourne’s well-known producer tag and the infectious sonic landscapes he’s created for the likes of Playboi Carti, Drake, Young Nudy and extra, the Queens native has been quietly carving out his personal sound as a rapper. The final two installments of The Life of Pi’erre cemented him as a formidable torchbearer for the type of melodic and plush raps his frequent collaborator Playboi Carti elevated throughout his early SoundCloud period. Pi’erre’s newest launch, Good Movie exhibits his most broad vary of music so far, merging his signature 808s with R&B infused chords and dance-y drum progressions. It’s a recipe for achievement, and reaches its peak on the Don Toliver assisted observe, “PSANE.”
Produced by Bourne himself, the observe makes use of his signature auto-tune pitched vocals to a comfy tone for listeners. Unlike most of Pi’erre’s catalog, “PSANE” begins with an alluring set of vocal chops behind home drums that you just’d anticipate to listen to on a PinkPantheress or Kaytranada observe. The observe blooms as the 808’s and high-hats you might be accustomed to from Pi’erre accompany him on the hook “No, I’m going loopy (Yeah)/No, I’m going loopy (No),” he croons. Cactus Jack MVP Don Toliver is a becoming visitor on the gloomy instrumental.
The most spectacular a part of Good Movie is the cohesive feeling of the manufacturing and rapping on the album. Pi’erre’s profession thus far has a becoming corollary with rap’s reigning double risk, Kanye West, who rapped a line on “Monster” that may as properly be a blueprint for Pi’erre’s rising discography. “Do the rap and the observe, triple-double, no assists.”