Babytron Shares His Latest Album “6” And Visuals To Another Creative Hit “100 Bars”
After dropping his latest album, Babytron has been making waves in the music scene, captivating fans with his signature creativity and lyrical prowess. Titled 6, this record is a birthday album and showcases Babytron’s razor-sharp wit and clever wordplay against a backdrop of unique and thrilling beats.
Featuring a total of 15 tracks, 6 kicks off with a stellar opener, where Babytron demonstrates his lyrical dexterity by rapping from 1 to 100, employing ingenious wordplay, and seamlessly transitioning between letters. The mid-track switch-up in the beat adds an extra layer of excitement, creating a truly mesmerizing and creative listening experience. To complement this track, a music video directed by Cole Bennet was released, showcasing Babytron’s dynamic performance as he raps through various outfits. View the music video below.
The momentum of 6, carries over seamlessly to “Eobard Thwane,” an electrifying track that continues to blaze trails. The tempo undergoes a thrilling change halfway through the song, speeding up the entire composition, yet Babytron effortlessly matches the intensified flow, effortlessly riding the beat. Contrasting the high-octane energy, “BANG4YOBUCK” slows things down, exuding a nostalgic feel. While Babytron’s lyrics remain true to his distinct style, this track delves deeper into his past, creating a sense of reflection and reminiscence.
The next song prepares you for a sonic adrenaline rush.”Crash Yo Whip Music,” Produced by Enrgy Beats, is filled with a chaotic and urgent mix that amplifies the sense of urgency, making you feel like you are in a high-speed car chase. Both Babytron and Enrgy hail from Michigan, and their collaboration showcases their unique styles and artistic synergy.
“Money = Power” introduces a different sonic landscape, with a less complex and more electronic-influenced beat. Babytron effortlessly navigates the flow, gliding seamlessly over the track. Meanwhile, “Russian Roulette” boasts a catchy chorus, cleverly integrating the sound of gunfire in alignment with the title, a small detail that adds the perfect piece to the song. Slowing down the high-energy album, “Slo-mo” allows listeners to appreciate Babytron’s lighter rapping style, giving them the opportunity to delve deeper into his intricate lyricism.
Taking inspiration from the Detroit Tigers baseball player, “Miguel Caberna” showcases Babytron’s penchant for incorporating unexpected references into his songs. By drawing parallels between himself and the successes of these figures, Babytron adds a unique layer of depth to his lyrics. Standout track “Thinkin’ Out Loud” expands on this album’s lyrical prowess, with Babytron delivering thought-provoking verses that resonate with his listeners.
“Clutch performer, boy I wouldn’t leave me open
I can have ten M’s, they wouldn’t notice
I can have a dollar to my name and they wouldn’t even know it
Cause what I learned is whatever’s in your hand, you can’t show it”
Reuniting with Enrgy, “Spidey-Senses” delivers the familiar magic of their collaboration, combining Babytron’s exceptional flow with an energizing beat. “PS2” begins on a nostalgic note, aligning with its namesake. Hokatiwi’s heavenly production perfectly complements Babytron’s seamless rap delivery. Maintaining the album’s momentum, “Twilight Zone” and “Headless Horseman” captivate listeners with their infectious beats and charming style. Acting as a prelude to the album’s conclusion, “Mush Smush” serves as a soothing interlude, providing a momentary respite before the final track.
Closing out the album, “Letters” serves as a heartfelt tribute, with Babytron expressing gratitude to his supporters and fans, acknowledging their unwavering support as the driving force behind his continued journey in the music industry.
With 6, Babytron leaves fans eagerly anticipating his next musical endeavors. Check out his most recent song, rapping from A-Z. Stream 6 and stay connected with Babytron on his social media platforms for more. Instagram |Twitter