Artist Review: Cut – Put It Down Like You

Review by: Justyn Brodsky & Ryan Sellars


This is round 2 for Cut; his second time on the platform and just like his predecessing track we reviewed, this one surely doesn’t disappoint in the least. 

Cut‘s most recent track, “Put It Down Like You”, has a great R&B oriented beat but displays that energetic Hip Hop & bass-driven feeling that’s perfectly combined to get the message across and to also give light to the atmosphere for the sex-drive that these rhymes dynamically portray.

This song’s hook is tasteful, on point, and very catchy. The sing-song feel definitely sets the tone for the verses and Cut perfectly transitions himself into them without any sort of hesitation or contemplation. He throws these lyrics at you in a way where it never outdoes itself, and also doesn’t overdose you on one type of rhyming scheme. He gets wordsmiths when needed, settles back to keep the tone at a happy medium, and altogether makes this track what it really is.

The content is not exactly PG-13, but not overly X-rated either. You can definitely pick up on Cut‘s vibe where just being a traditional gentleman is still something that works, and will always work best. And when delving into the song’s intimacy, it feels like something new, as opposed to something washed and re-used. If this song were an audition, Cut would make the cut no problem (pun!).

No, seriously. This track is definitely a very well-crafted one and if you have already heard Cut previously, it should come as no surprise to you. If this is your first time hearing him, strap yourself in for the ride.

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