Previously resting doormat for months, rumors are erupting once again following the most recent release from Terror Jr, Come first; Gossip that Reality star Kylie Jenner is the pop trio’s lead singer has resurrected over the similarity between voices.
Hiding under the alias Lisa, the hidden identity behind Terror Jr’s lead female vocalist has created uproar on social media. Although Jenner has previously denied any connection, speculation is arising that Lisa and Jenner are the same person.
Come first (the Felix Snow based Remix) combines the pleasantness of pop vocals with intricate wordplay from rappers Father and Lil B. These two unconventional rappers give their unique personality into their verses, making Come first a hybrid between a pop melody and ego-driven hip-hop.
Terror Jr captures the essence of being a highly lusted after woman along with the self-reflection of their behavior. Repeatedly, Lisa affirms that she is a prized possession for any man, and that she comes ahead of any other obligation. Initially, her vocals throughout Come first appear flirty, masking any indication that contains the song any personality larger than being a self-adored woman.
Come first has pop production, but eventually, the stylish flair becomes intertwined with contrasting perspectives from highly sought after men, creating an aura of desire for these copious characters.
Atlanta based artist Father makes an abrupt entrance onto the track. The imagery in Father’s lyrics makes it evident that he is the supreme wordsmith amongst other trap-inspired rappers; currently, no other rapper focusses simultaneously on both lyrical structure and heavily produced beats, making Father an artist
Removed from the adlibs and gags that brought him fame, Lil B arrives on Come first in grand fashion. The corresponding conversation between Lisa and Lil B sets the ambience; Based God is convinced (and rightly so) that he will be able to get any woman with his icy nature and seductive mentality. When the Lil B takes his rapping seriously, his lyricism is well-articulated and vivid. More songs and features may be on the horizon from the Based Deity that contain meaningful content rather than comedic appeal.
The three individual vocalists on Come first execute distinctive verses, ultimately combining to make a unified song riddled with goofy remarks and self-praise. This playful track highlights introspective lyrics in a typical pop song, making Terror Jr and company an influential act that should subsequently follow up this hit with new songs.