Enormous Body Bes, an Albanian lord from New York City, delivers another single “Tears of a Tiger.”
Being a lovely Catch 22, this track is loaded up with an unpleasant voice that gives you chills in his projection over an alleviating creation.
Large Body Bes is certainly a symbol in his own ceremony, being related with Action Bronson and furthermore being on a significant number of Action Bronson’s tracks, for example, “Durag versus Headband” and “The Rising” on Mr. Superb.
On “Tears of a Tiger,” he splendidly paints an image through the visual, as he strolls around all of NYC being regarded, appearing in the roads, as we see Fordham Road and the 4 train in the Bronx, New York. His words are expressed with so much strength, as his tone paints a magnum opus through music utilizing melodious ability.
Seeing him convey heart in his conveyance, this is obviously figurative to the words he articulates as we hear him regurgitate unadulterated verse as hip-bounce, for example, “Tears of a Tiger, Soul of a lion.” We immediately become observers to the strength in his spirit as it matches perfectly, reflecting the load in the most natural sounding way for him.
What makes this track far better is that the ambient sound is exemplary, as we hear a play on instrumental jazz, with clarinet, piano keys, and drums. At the point when you put on “Tears of a Tiger,” you won’t just hear it, yet you will feel it.