On Fasho, Riley is able to create a hooky style that blends late-oughts styles (e.g. Soulja Boi, T-Pain) with a bit of the mumble rap style. A brooding, emotive backing beat establishes a clear soundscape upon which Riley’s bars can shine. There’s a crossover appeal present to Fasho; bits of autotuned lyrics will get butts out on the dance floor. The presence of V$ Asad’s own unique style on Fasho provides a further depth to the composition. The resulting track will interest rap aficionados just as it will incite the passion of anyone seeking good, rotation-worthy music.