BabyTron — «Out On Bond»

The six-track project showcases Tron’s unique style and flow over dark, brooding trap beats. It starts with “W8 On U,” a haunting track with a minimalistic instrumental that perfectly complements Tron’s introspective lyrics about his past struggles and future aspirations.

The second track, “Perc Talk,” is a hard-hitting banger that highlights Tron’s ability to switch between smooth melodies and aggressive flows effortlessly. He talks about his come-up and how he’s not willing to let anything or anyone get in the way of his success.

Tron slows things down with “Wit Da Plug,” a track where he collaborates with fellow Detroit rapper Rio Da Yung OG. The two artists trade verses about the streets and their experiences with the drug game over a soulful beat that samples The Temptations’ “Just My Imagination.”

The EP’s title track, “Out On Bond,” is a standout song that sees Tron reflecting on his recent run-in with the law. He talks about how he’s been through worse and how he’s not going to let this setback define him. The instrumental, produced by Rocaine, is a hard-hitting beat that perfectly complements Tron’s gritty lyrics.

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Tron switches things up with “Gettin It,” a track that features a catchy hook and an upbeat instrumental. He raps about his success and how he’s not afraid to flaunt it. The EP closes with “Hollow Tips,” a song that sees Tron teaming up with fellow Detroit rapper Lil P. The two artists trade verses over a menacing instrumental that perfectly fits the song’s title.

Overall, “Out On Bond” is a solid project that showcases BabyTron’s versatility and growth as an artist. While it may be short, the EP packs a punch and leaves listeners eager for more. Despite his recent run-in with the law, Tron proves that he’s not going to let anything get in the way of his success. With his unique style and hard-hitting beats, it’s only a matter of time before he becomes one of the biggest names in the game.

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