The first ten seconds of Roscoe Dash’s Kane Beatz-produced "Good Night" sounds like Skinny Puppy. After that, it's all distorted slap. In a way it seems like the first decidedly post-Watch The Throne rap song, with all the blown out stadium dynamics, beat changes, unnecessary layers of chants and wheezes and crunchy 808s. The only real problem is that Roscoe doesn't have the slightest clue of how to write or perform a hook to this type of beat—his drawn out "No Hands" approach makes almost zero sense here.
Download: Roscoe Dash, "Good Night"