From Abbey B.’s perspective:
I love this track’s beat; the simple piano keys and the beat sound super dope together. This is the kinda song I would put on a playlist at a kickback, rather than a song I listen to when I’m in my feelings and need something/someone to relate to. I could see my friends and I dancing to the catchy chorus, with its low, lazy sound. ‘Prime Time’ isn’t a song that I relate to strongly, but I still appreciate Wopo’s sound and his clever rhymes, and it made me look into some of his other tracks.
Jimmy Wopo is a hustler. Even if you’ve never heard of him before today, go take a look at his Soundcloud page. Then look at the plays. He works.
Beyond that, when you think Pittsburgh rap, you think Rostrum, right? Wiz and ’em. And that’s fair. But although the grind and ‘devil-may-care’ attitude may be similar, Wopo has a total different feel and ‘Primetime’ is one of those tracks bound to put his low-key entry into this rap game in the big, bright spotlight. Just a matter of time.