Calm, relaxed, serene, that’s how I would normally describe Isaac Zale’s music. He commonly collaborates with guys like Mick Jenkins and Kota The Friend to create a vibe on an instrumental. This time Isaac shows the world a new sound in “Gasoline” featuring Smokepurpp.
The track titled like its meant to blow up references to women, guns, and inflammable substances, content that Zale’s music normally strays from. The quick pace of the song is complemented perfectly by the steady cadence Zale carries out. Smokepurpp comes in on the 3rd verse with an almost Migos sounding “WHOOP” and then proceeds to handle business until Zale closes the track with 1 last hook.
With a track record like Isaac’s, I know the song will perform well and I know his fans are going to rock with it even more. Make sure you stream “Gasoline” and give us a follow on the Gram.