Song Review and Critique: “If I Should Die” by Rogizz @rogizz


I like the artist for his creativity and authentic style.  Rogizz has some gems all throughout his catalogue.

Rogizz has a potential classic. I love the sound straight out of the gate. Rogizz has a veteran flow and an authentic delivery that brings you back to the early days of Rap City/ The Basement Freestyles. Confidence is the most prominent theme throughout the track. Fearless rhymes, just real g shit. The beat is a bit laid back with heavy strings and a sample chopped up in the center that gives you an old school feel. The features from Dubb,Tree, and Fatboi Fre$h rounded out the solid sound. if-i-should-die-ft-dubb-tree

“Think That I’m a Joke” is raw and uncut. Rogizz delivered on this track, you have to replay this one a few times. The replay factor is that hypnotic bassline and true life lyrics that brings out that IDGAF feel. If you have people that hate on you because you shine brighter, this is your theme song.

“Sign Me In” is one of the most creative tracks. If you are a fan of pussy tales on wax, RoGizz will supply you. RoGizz gives you Too $hort mixed with Uncle Luke, but with better lyrics. If you aren’t saying “Sign Me In” by the end of the song, something is broken on your music tastemeter.

About the Music and The Artist:  RoGizz aka Black Blago “da Gov” promises to deliver the greatest edition to his mixtape catalog thus far. Tentatively titled, “Interview with a Skitzo 2: Perception Is Reality” (IWAS2), this project features a WHO’s who of the NEWEST FrontRunners in the Hip-Hop Game: Vinny Cha$e, DUBB, Jose Guapo, TREE, Sean Falyon, Caleb James, St. Millie, Fatboi Fre$h and Big Hus.

Production duties by SC, The Avengerz (YMCMB), Keyzz, DC, Chris Melrose, Toast-187 and Danny Rocktown. Songs mixed and engineered by DC.

The first leak is “If I Should Die”…a verbal discourse of the perils from living life on da edge..sound-track designed by SC tha Great. The Struggle between Good vs. Evil, Virtue vs Vice, Love vs. Hate RETURNS…