Polo G is by all accounts settling in on drill beats with Sheff G’s. “On Go.”
Sheff G has generally attempted to catch the New York drill scene after the death of Pop Smoke in the start of last year. With tracks like “We Gettin’ Money” and “Weight on Me”, Sheff G has set up himself as a drill pioneer and procured openings with standard hitmakers. “On Go” highlighting Polo G marks one of his most high profile coordinated efforts yet, and the science between the two may set it up so that it’s one of his Sheff best yet.
However the beat is suggestive of those on some of his past discharges, Sheff G wears his particular drill stream and blasting voice on the new delivery. He slides across the drill beat with expressive promotion libs and an exceptionally regular manner of speaking. Yelling out the late Pop Smoke and the remainder of his escort, “On Go” considers Sheff To be as pleased and forceful as anyone might think possible.
Polo G praises Sheff G with a great high-register and high-energy stanza. The Chicago rapper has gotten progressively familiar on the on the other hand paced drill beats (tunes like “Confused” highlighting Pop Smoke and Five Foreign), and “On Go” is just a continuation of his capacity to change. He disputably surpasses Sheff G- – showing more hostility and drive than his partner.