I know that but the point I'm trying to make is that I think he's intentionally not on beat to make the lyrics stand out when he uses someone else's insrumental...
the only time currensy sounds "on beat" is when he's on his own instrumentals... It's like he'll flow faster over slow beats and flow slower over faster beats to make you either listen to the lyrics or the beat (that's just my take on it)... I'll listen to anything with Spitta on it because it's Spitta...
I have to respectfully disagree there, just because Spitta's biggest a.sset has always been his flow, he has never been about being a proficient technician with the muti's etc. he simply makes good music and his flow is the backbone to that, so I find it rather odd that he would purposely flow off beat to make his lyrics stand out.. like I honestly cannot grasp that concept, it just sounds like an excuse to me, no hate.
This coming from a Spitta fan that usually finds his music great, plus he didn't exactly pick the easiest of beats to flow over, Bring It On in particular, there were 3 different flow used on the original.