Album Review: ‘Full Circle’ – Spitty

Fast rising Canadian wordsmith Spitty has just dropped his brand new studio album Full Circle and it’s safe to say it absolutely bangs!

Passionate about music since he was a young teen, Spitty has been perfecting his craft for years in his native Brampton for years, becoming somewhat of a local legend in the scene.

When we first listened to his latest full length effort we instantly knew his underground status in Canada’s rap scene was legit. Full Circle is packed all killer no filler from start to finish!

Spitty has this natural sounding swagger behind the mic, his flow is filled with energy and it’s just infectious. You can’t help but bounce your head when Spitty starts spittin’. It’s not all big hype bangers though, Spitty’s lyricism and intellect shines through on a lot of these standout album tracks.

Room For Improvement is one of our favourites off the project, in our opinion it showcases Spitty at his absolute best. Paring up with the soulful voice of Mrii, Spitty ponders the misguided nature of the rap game and not letting himself succumb to it all on this one. “What happened to prospering and substance? Now it’s substance abuse” Spitty raps, taking shots at the toxic lyricism that dominate most of the most popular hip-hop tracks nowadays.

The full album is filled with gems like this one, Spitty doesn’t waste a bar. He really is a true wordsmith and Full Circle is a testament to his craft as an artist.

Style meets substance on Full Circle, it’s a must listen project from one of Canada’s most exciting rising stars. Keep an eye on Spitty in 2022!