There’s so much going on here I don’t know where to start.

Okay so first thing you see is the album art: Grandtheft and Lambo, two names associated with automobiles. Then you’ve got a picture of a motorcycle, applicable to Grandtheft but not Lambo. Then the pretty lady, I figure that’s reasonably self-explanatory. Then we’ve got the track title “Butterscotch” which might as well be picked out of a hat.

Now that we’ve got that out of the way, we can move onto the meat of the matter – the music, duh. The track is short at just a little over two minutes, but again, so much going on. The horns at the drop, the claps, the deep and rumbling bassline, it all just works so damn well together. The little breaks are great for pacing the track, and the design on it is superb. Even then, these guys aren’t satisfied yet and switch it up with some heavy trap beats with only about 35 seconds left in the whole track. The claps and an engine rev bring us home.

This track meets a very specific set of requirements where it’s short enough and interesting enough to warrant many, many replays. And lucky us, it’s free.


Oh … and did I mention the airhorn?