A fateful measure of a trap song’s success? How high the volume dial on the speaker is cranked by track’s end. By the finale of HiGuy’s “Best Thing Smokin’,” it’ll indubitably be turned all the way to the right, and the windows still rattling. Buckle up.
Laced with hip-hop verses that assertively accent the cut’s bass-laden foundation, “Best Thing Smokin’” is a subwoofer-targeted single that urges ill-behavior. Equipped with the hard attitude that the trap genre is known for, “Best Thing Smokin’” would provide ample kindling for raucous mosh pits if festival season were a go.
“Best Thing Smokin’” sees HiGuys continue his tradition of intertwining hip-hop elements with hard-hitting, high-octane trap floors. It’s a savage formula for success that’s netted HiGuys looks from electronic fixtures like Dillon Francis and Alison Wonderland (see the producer’s remix of “Lost My Mind”), with more assuredly to come.