On “HUNDRED,” you get eclectic production, Missy-esque rapid-fire lyricism, and even a bit of dark synth pop for good measure. There’s really no one way to describe this fiery—albeit slightly short—song. I think that’s why it’s such a captivating track, one that’s perfect for the summer.
It bounces all over the place in a good way, going from late-1990s alt-rap to early-2000s hip-hop at the drop of a proverbial hat. It sounds like a throwback but not in a way that’s dated. It feels like Jeo and Rimera have known each other for decades, though it seems like this is one of the first times they’ve collaborated. In other words, it’s full of contradictions that work and, honestly, make the song stronger because of them. If you want some alt-rap that sounds like something you may have heard as a youngin, this one’s for you. Plus, it’s heavy in it’s weekend vibes for the Friday-thru-Sunday crowd. Check it out above and support dope music in all its forms.