“Bottom Of The Bucket” is without a doubt one of the top hip-hop tracks of the year. The way Paper writes and plays in tandem with Youngsta and Young Scooter and how this particular soundscape flows through is consistently outstanding.
The track flows expertly from the seductively melodic hook to the musically stripped-back and rhythmic rap sections, helping to produce something that feels like it continuously progresses.
Paper, Blac Youngsta, and Young Scooter lead the charge with a bold and expressive vocal style that dependably conveys the underlying attitude of each bar. The flow or delivery suits the needs of the moment, whether it’s melodic or rapped.
The music keeps playing, and those unexpectedly delicate chords reverberate around the borders, producing a curiously dreamy environment that enthralls you and makes the artists’ voices and lyrics connect even more strongly.
“Bottom Of The Bucket” begins with an intriguing and upbeat backdrop over which Paper pours tuneful story-telling and a furious rap flow. It feels firmly entrenched in today’s music, and it also shows a remarkable ability to offer a varied and skilled display of lyricism.
The musicality is distinct, with a refreshing beat and a unique sense of space. The vocal performance fluctuates, lending structure to the tune – each segment introduces something new into the mix and keeps the song engaging.
Paper manages to make his stamp on this track without being overly aggressive or loud, instead of creating a distinct sound of his own in a musically modest and delightful manner. The song has a fantastic vibe to it, one that is both quiet and reflective—a significant step in the right direction.
You get the impression that nothing will stop him right now, and this song’s excellent quality and vibrant intensity are proof of that. A piece of fresh hip-hop music that’s easy to get into from an artist with lots more hits on the way.