The short but sweet piece sees Moscow team-up with frequent collaborator, producer Rafiek, who lays out a high-intensity beat.
With a minimally produced music video, Egyptian rapper Moscow finds solace in the studio for freestyle,‘21’, in a new freestyle over Rafiek’s high-intensity trap beat. After the success of ‘Giza’, it becomes another reliably hot release from the duo, whose frequent collaborations are a demonstration of their matching visions and talents
Freestyles may be more straightforward to record, with the rapper hopping on the mic and simply speaking their mind. There’s no need to refine any catchy chorus, it’s just straight up bars. Rafiek provides a trap beat, 808s and all, while Moscow does what he does best, drop bars.
The video was directed by the mysterious Broke Gyptian Director, and with Moscow seemingly making his sources of productions primarily to be Kore, Mahib, and Rafiek, it appears the rapper has found a formula.