Sometimes, when Valee raps, it’s hard to tell where one flow ends and the other begins. But that’s a good thing. A great thing, even, especially after listening to his debut project on G.O.O.D. Music, Good Job You Found Me, an impressive and brief reflection of the Chicago upstart’s unique ability to twist word-endings, chop syllables and toy mercilessly with his breath control. The result? A flow so unique it’s already been borrowed by other artists for the sake of Billboard success. In short: the cat’s out of the bag, and Twitter’s taken notice. So, during his recent visit to Mass Appeal HQ, Mr. Womp Womp kicks back, takes a toke, and enjoys all the zany parallels his silky delivery has drawn. The Tweets is Watching, and Valee’s along for the ride.
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