In an era of rap where a lot of compromise is met to appease neutral listeners–who may not be checking for the skill of a rap artist–Mic Capes continues to be a breath of fresh air as one who takes their writing serious. This is not an attempt to diminish commonplace rap music we hear at social gatherings or radio as any form can be used to create something timeless or classic. However, putting a spotlight on the art itself as I try to separate the calibers of writing, I look for a balance between the well thought of and the simple approach. Granted one can have their own personal preference, but to ignore the makings of it all makes an individual’s taste noticeably clear. Cape’s latest single is the Trox produced “Vanna White” and it is a quick showcase of their compatibility through beats and rhymes. What is a great rapper without a dope producer? Probably something I am not listening to. That being said, on the first listen I quickly recognized that there is nothing short of greatness through the one minute and twenty-four seconds that is “Vanna White”.