By: Seamus Fay
After seeing the artwork for Tony Bodega’s newest track “Taper”, I already knew I was in for something special (credit to Greg Gaffney and Boogie Da God for that). It’s a bass-heavy new single that speaks on where Bodega stands amongst his peers and how life has been for the Boston rapper, all the while showcasing his wavy flows and offering clever bars. With production help from frequent collaborator 4oTo Roles, the chemistry between the two artists is quite apparent with this one, as each aspect of the beat properly compliments Bodega’s style seamlessly.
“Taper” also acts as a representation of Tony Bodega’s appeal as an artist, having an effortless steez about him and keeping a certain comfort in his voice while he steadily keeps his flow. There are quite a few notable lines in this one, too, emphasizing the lyrical showcase that the loose release is and getting us excited for what Bodega has to come. You can hear “Taper” below and check out the artwork for it above:
“Remember when I had the middle man/ Now I’m the one that they come to see”