The music of Odumodublvck is rooted in real life experience, leaning toward a fearless momentum and conjuring ferocity. His music has a powerful ability to penetrate the listener’s soul with its purpose, aggressiveness, and piercing quality.
His music can be described as bitter-sweet; it reflects beautiful pain while also being absorbed by swaying melodies.
The long-awaited track Picanto, which he recently released and features Zlatan and ECko Miles, is a sizzling cauldron of his incendiary lyrics, braggadocious vocals, and a mirror of his menacing self.
The rapper has taken on the responsibility of creating a vivid image of himself in the minds of music lovers as a way of branding himself. He has positioned himself as that rapper who is almost fearless to speak his truth in his music and that rapper who is not in step with the ways of the new world, both of which are signs that he is being true to his music and himself.
Odumodublvck released his single earlier this year, Dog Eat Dog, back in May. Picanto is the following single. His discography titles tend to be reflective, thought-provoking, and most frequently, eerie. Despite this, his music is still beautiful, his vocals are distinctive, and it has a sniggering air to it.
Odumodublvck’s most recent single is a mid-tempo track on which he slashes through with some icy bars while riding gently through the groove. His bars generally mix pidgin and English, creating a subtle balance between the two.
Zlatan’s ad libs in Picanto are flawlessly delivered as he strolls around talking about his hustles and how much he has desired the good life. “Money and fame don Dey my eyes,” Zlatan says.
Zlatan’s delivery is higher pitched than the other musicians on the track when it comes to delivery style. ECko Miles’ verse, which comes near the end of the song, is laid-back and tranquil. Except for the amplifying ad libs scattered throughout the song, Odumodublvck’s performance is nearly identical as he simply glides through.
Odumodublvck’s raw vocals are as ethereal as ever in the spectacular tune Picanto. The song is a representation of the artist’s love for using his or another person’s perspective to depict life experiences in his music.