Rocko – Real Spill Review

This album may have the gritty street content that the title infers, but the hooks really let this project down. Repetition should not be used on every chorus to make every song.

The production is alright but is not prominent enough to have any impact. The beats give a lot of scope for Rocko to explore but he does not capitalise on the chances. Some more structure to the songs would help allow the beats to flow together easier.

The lyricism is alright but nothing too astounding. There is nothing overly complex about his wordplay but he does get his point across. However the hooks are terrible and Rocko has a lot of work to do to improve them.

Overall, this is a not a good mixtape and has a lot of flaws. Rocko needs to look into how to write a good hook and to expand his repetuire beyond deep street life.

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