Icewear Vezzo – Laffy Taffy (freestyle) – On The Radar (Video)

Date 2023-04-13

Category Music Video

Icewear Vezzo goes On The Radar rapping on the new “Laffy Taffy (freestyle).”

Icewear Vezzo Laffy Taffy

Icewear Vezzo Laffy Taffy

Detroit native Icewear Vezzo stopped by the Youtube channel On The Radar to drop a new freestyle. Before the appearance, the artist said he would rap over anything they decided to throw at him. “I told @ontheradarradio it ain’t matter what beat they played,” said Vezzo. “I’m walking to whatever.” However, despite his prowess in the rap game, the artist insists that he does not want to be called a rapper.

Subsequently, the musician took to Instagram to say his piece about what he thinks of the “rapper” label. “It’s a difference between a rapper and a real [ninja emoji] that rap,” Vezzo said in his post. “Them two totally different type people. Rappers move, act and carry theyself like ho’s – mood swings and all. That’s why I don’t like being called a rapper. That shit an insult.” Even though Vezzo may not consider himself a rapper, his freestyle proves that he can meet any challenge that gets thrown at him.

In the freestyle video posted to On The Radar‘s Youtube account, Vezzo once again proves how skilled he is in his craft. Additionally, he makes the beat his own, which is difficult considering how big a hit the song was. “The road ain’t got too hot for 75 / Went and got a new route,” Vezzo raps. “Stick on me, get bored / Might f*ck around and go have a shootout/ AP on me shine just like the sun / My Rollie cool down.”

Furthermore, Vezzo recently released his Gangsta Grillz mixtape, Paint The City. He tapped several big names as features, including Kodak Black, 2 Chainz, and Future. Additionally, the tape came soon after it was announced that he had signed to Atlanta-based label, Quality Control. Subsequently, fans raved about the project, and the response to the new freestyle is no different. The comment section on the video is almost entirely positive. “Vezzo been the vibe,” said one fan. “The rap game needed Vezzo,” said another. “…One of these most promising Michigan rappers to date.”

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