“Ishe” opens with intense ominous energy. The Roman Calvary choir vocals and the ancient bells give the song an air of importance, like the background music of an epic battle – if they actually had soundtracks.
The song starts off with the hook which is essentially a prayer, and at this point, it all makes a lot of sense. When BrownXin leaps onto the first verse as soon as the bass is released, the energy morphs into something of a more aggressive nature. Albeit a very short verse, before he returns to the autotune laden hook and chorus, his bars are raw and undeniably beyond passable, and that matters in our book.
But things really get exciting on the second verse by Brythreesixty, which he absolutely and undeniably bodied! And more-so if you actually disregard the redundant “Desiigner” grunts at the end of every line
The song revolves around their imminent rise and the fact that the artists maintain a positive frame of mind throughout the song is something worth praising.