What caught my attention in RadixTheRuler's "O.M.M." is the stark contrast between what's going on in the instrumental compared to the lyrical content.
The beat is groovy and is decked with dreamy chords that flow a slick bass line - it honestly sounds like KAYTRANDA's early hip hop beats. In the verses, RadixTheRuler gets deep and details the struggles of his come up and how this is exacerbated by his frequently frail mental health. It's beautiful how we're replenished with food for thought whilst we're given a warm and bouncy instrumental to groove along with.