CaneIsTheName Is Attracting 1980s Vibes With The “Pontoon Pussy Magnet”

The DMV’s very own CaneIsTheName has been rising in popularity in Virginia’s hip hop scene as well as the nation’s scene from making his battle rap debut at the Baptism By Fire event in January to making it on Shade 45 rapping on Statik Selektah’s Showoff Radio back in July. He even released a project called Doomed On Reality in August.

Pontoon Pussy Magnet is the 10th project that CaneIsTheName has put out and prior to the release, he discussed it on the Niq Bohr show along with the relationship he has with Lou Burna, who produced all the tracks on PPM. PPM is a short five track project. The theme of PPM is revolved around the nostalgia of the 1980s music. It’s another high quality EP from Cane. Compared to his previous Doomed On Reality project where it was a project that had a more serious and gritty mood, PPM is in another direction where he brings a joyful and upbeat mood in the EP.

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Lou Burna executed the production of the project well. The project starts out with a 80’s radio rip that introduces you to PPM followed by impressive and catchy vocals of Cane singing before he starts rapping on Who Got The Vibe. Touch has an instrumental that starts out with the vintage 80s electric guitar and then it’s followed by an impressive beat drop that changes the whole tone to an electronic type of boom bap instrumental that fit Cane’s style of delivery. My favorite track on the project was Magic. The smooth serenade is done over an instrumental that samples the magical track of Hall & Oates “One On One” made in 1982, sticking to the theme of the project. It wouldn’t be a CaneIsTheName project without some rhymes: “Shorty got the Juicy fruit, yeah, good n’ plenty/ Yo, shorty magic, I call her lil’ Penny/ lil fetti never petty got the mani-pedi, steady looking like she tan heavy but she don’t/… hair black, not quite jet but still fly though…“. This song have a lot of unique rhyme schemes that goes beyond the expected bars relating to magic.

Cane and Lou’s chemistry is phenomenal and gets better with each project. Check out his website caneisthename.com , cop his project on iTunes and stream his project on Spotify below. Follow CaneIsTheName & Lou Burna on

Instagram: @caneisthename & @louburnamusic

Twitter: @caneisthename & @louburnamusic

 

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