Amidst all the controversy between MI and Vector, Eastside rapper, Zoro decided to release a new track titled One on One Remix featuring the two culprits. Zoro seems to want to ride on the wave of the beef between the two artists in question, so there can be a conversation about who had the better verse or who the best rapper is between the two of them. Well, we might definitely talk about that in this review. One on One Remix was produced by Camo Blaizz.
Vector came in at the second verse and started with a groovy staccato flow and after the first drum-roll, he switched to a smooth legato flow. Vector added nice wordplays to a perfectly arranged verse. His flow and cadence were top-notch.
MI came in at the third verse starting with a bible quote and we knew he was gunning for someone. He spoke about an undisclosed person, acting shady like a fake friend and he has ratted him out. MI had the most perfect plot for a record titled 'One on One'. His commanding cadence and style made the verse hit harder.
At the end of the day, Vector had a better flow and MI had a better plot. But who really had the better verse?
Hip-hop, in its truest form, has transcended what the overall production of this song entails. The looped sample seems very stale and old-skool. The drum riffs were too ancient and absurdly off. The drum-roll between every four bars was the only positive of the beat.
The beginning of Zoro's verse was going well until he decided to switch his flow and it went south from there.