Capo Corleone dropped a brand new track titled “Don’t Play” featuring B. Gullie. The single is a part of a pre-release plan for an upcoming joint project, “Hawallywood.”
The track contains a realism sound from the instrumental and the vocal production. The beat hits us with a melodic piano melody, emotional guitar leads, taking the low end with a trap 808, and matching trap kit.
The vocal production inspires the right talent in the track “Don’t Play.” With exceptional song arrangement, the hook starts the single off, and that direction inspires up and down head movements to the Beat Per Minute.
The shining hook contains easy to remember lyrics and vocal melodies, after the first hook, you already know it. The verses contain functional differential; the separation is well-executed, and Capo Corleone B. Gullie collaborates well together.
Listening to the release, it is clear there are both Hip Hop and Rock genre influences, which combines to an anthem-like sound achieved on “Don’t Play.”
The track’s outro contains a well-orchestrated vocal take with both artists ending of the track.
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