The thing that helps Kozby provide rewind material is his effortless delivery scheme. It’s one of those I can do this all day type flows, one where you can almost hear him smirking at anyone feeling like they are competition. This type of posturing might be at its best on “See Me Win”, an up-tempo swagfest where Kozby shrugs off haters like Russell Wilson does interceptions. This confidence also carries through on tracks like “Down and Out”, a simmering ode to everyone who was not there for Kozby on his way up. These types of songs may be common in Hip Hop but it’s Real’s crafty notepad that separates it from the pack.
Energy carries that, well….energy, to the end. Just about every track is full of one-liner zings like on “The Convo” where he spits “You n—as got no class like senior skip day.” It’s writing like that that will have cats rolling these tracks back until Kozby hits us with another one, which will probably be shortly after you read this at his current rate.