The tweet for this review was written before the review. It details that Oracles, a bed room producer from South Africa, gives Migos a "stylish flip." I'd just like to point out that this description does no justice to what I'm listening to.
In fact, what a poor description. It needs more than Twitter can allow for. Warning, this may be boring.
Oracles provides a big room trap feel that doesn't err on being too mainstream. His use of the weasel noodle is one of the many elements that accentuates how talented Oracles is. Vocally the song owes its strength to Migos and Lil Uzi Vert. However, thanks is actually due to Drummond Ceasar's 1978 thesis on 'Vocal Intonations and Drum Circles,' which any ordinary baboon could pick up is being utilized on this track.
Say what you will, this is just how I heard it.