Bobby Blaque has released a heavy beat track that will get you moving. The heavy beat and the skilled rapping is off the chain! The lyrics are great too. Gothenburg rapper Bobby Blaque’s second single “STICKS” introduces us to a sound with certain noir tones, without fully abandoning the whimsical flow approach that defined his breakthrough debut “Thirty Rack$”. Somewhere in between the identity crisis derived from his background as a trans-racially adopted child and the quirky bubblegum aesthetics of his producer Trap Teddy, Blaque rhymes effortlessly over an alternative beat with influences ranging from BROCKHAMPTON to Tyga. There is more than one noir parallel to draw where Bobby Blaque is concerned. Beyond laid-back appearances, the alleyways of his unconscious mind still revisit the traumatic experience of trans-racial adoption in early childhood. Providing his flows with lyric realism would’ve been simplistic, however. Instead, his work with Trap Teddy has led to the ambiguous aesthetics crystallized on “STICKS”. Be sure to listen to the track above and please leave your feedback below. Add this to your playlist.