Milo – Who Told You To Think??!!?!?!?! [New Mixtape]
It’s been a moment since an underground rapper came through with such a thick cluster of sharp lyricism and pleasantry. The rapper referred to just as Milo, which, contingent upon what story you accept, gets from the book The Phantom Tollbooth or stands as an acronym for “perhaps I like aowls.” Regardless, the Chicago-conceived, Maine raised, Wisconsin repping rapper has given a rich and intriguing collection for all of ya’ll.
A long ways from a portion of the more well known present day music, Who Told You To Think??!!?!?!? commends the specialty of the reference. Milo obviously knows what’s coming to him of nerd staples, yet reps them in a way that is clever and wise. Over generation that has a tendency to work in the lo-fi end of the range, the murky stylish utilizes horn circles and glitchy synths to demonstrate its different focuses.
To the extent bars, Milo comes reliably with excellent verses, failing to shy far from some more adroitly unique subjects. While he’s no place close as wonderfully mysterious, he’s more Aesop Rock than A$AP Rocky. In any case, the youthful rapper weaves deftly between the region of available and excessively “creative.” Take a glance at a portion of the melody titles – “The Young Man Has A Point (Nurture),” Paging Mr. Bill Nunn,” and “Ornette’s Swan Song” ring a bell. At first glance they may amount to nothing, yet through the energy of creative energy and regard for his specialty, Milo ensures we never stray too far.