American music producer, Ozzient is known for his mellow styles and surreal frames. With smooth verse flows elevated by a nonchalant attitude, his tracks have a freeness to them. He lets it go where it wants to go, acknowledging the endlessness without compromising his artistic vision. For his latest single, They Say, Ozzient collaborates with fellow artists LandolsLiving and KiERAN to produce a profound verse on hate culture, egoistic criticism, and mindless statements. Listeners of Kendrick Lamar and Nas are sure to enjoy this track. 

The track is set across a rolling backdrop. Pounding bass lines are flattened by easy beats and absorbed by twines of glistening synths. LandolsLiving’s choruses open the track, his intro charismatic and classic before KiERAN comes on with his low tonal flow. Dotted with soft inflections and emotive undertones, his frame has an enjoyable symmetry to it. The second verse plays out with a hardcore and OG styled flow that is reminiscent of Eminem. Truncated moments of emotion alternate with expansive verse frames to form an undulating rhythm. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to They Say by Ozzient with LandolsLiving and KiERAN here –