Indiana rapper midwxst is here with what may be the most sensible collaboration of the week: a song called "Tally" with Florida's Denzel Curry. Curry blazed the trail for contemporary outside-the-box rappers (and continues to impress, as with last year's Melt My Eyez See Your Future), and it's hard to imagine the hyperpop space midwxst emerged in being quite the same without Curry's influence.
midwxst, of course, doesn't really make hyperpop anymore. You'd be hard-pressed to find a trace of it on his most recent project BACK IN ACTION 3.0, which focused on blown-out Pi'erre Bourne style beats, metal-inspired songs, and unfortunately, one or two rage rap moments. "Tally" does away with the angst and celebrates the decadent sides of success with a Charlie Heat and Kennedy Sabin-produced instrumental driven by strums of Spanish guitar. Hear the song in its black-and-white mobster-themed music video, streaming below.