Here at Remezcla we’re hoping you follow our advice because we like to tell you about dope stuff as it’s coming out. That’s why a few months ago we told you to keep an eye on SoCal-transferred-to-Texas titanic force Snow Tha Product. Our own Afroxander told you, dear readers, that if you weren’t hip to Snow yet, “you’re going to regret not being on the ground floor of her career when she reaches the top.” She’s on her way there and you can hear how she’s taking flight in her brand new single “AyAyAy!”
After pressing play, Claudia Alexandra Feliciano, right out the gate, proves why you should be listening to each and every track she puts her name on. The second she opens her mouth on her latest cut she demonstrates how she’s one of the most skillful rhymers in the game (regardless of gender), going straight-up tongue twister on us, dropping thoughts faster than they hit most people’s brain. Blue The Misfit provides the beat, a West Coast four-on-the-floor stomper that nods to ’90s old school before the digital bass makes the floor shake with its massiveness. The rhyme in itself is a slice of life in Snow’s head, and in turn it’s quite fun and exciting to hear. Especially great is her whole verse in Spanish about getting kicked out of her house by her mom. And on top of everything it’s quite a catchy number that will have people singing along to the hook.
It’s amazing to hear how someone so young and talented is killing it from the very start, but you can also hear how she’s getting better at it. Get down with it, AyAyAy!