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Timeliss – All Moi [Audio]

Montreal, QC – Montreal MC Timeliss just released a Drizzy freestyle entitled “All Moi.” Timeliss takes the beat from Drake’s Key Wane-produced “All Me” (off NWTS), and steps it up with a fresh take on the lyricism. Huge props to Timeliss for not freestyling over “Pound Cake.” Because everyone and their grandmas are dropping freestyles over “Pound Cake,” these days. Give “All Moi” a listen below and cop a download of the track via SoundCloud.

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“All Me” is a harder joint to remix, than “Pound Cake.” It seems like Timeliss is aware of this, though. Because he drops that line, “These n*ggas is weak/ They all on repeat.”

See, if your flow doesnt pull-through, you can always fall back on the “Pound Cake” beat (Because no one is actually going to argue with a Wu-Tang sampled beat with that much replay-value). You can’t really do that on “All Me.” So what I’m getting at, here, is that Timeliss tried something different, and it was a good look.


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