this reminds me of some of the old 80s hip hop posted in this thread
tough to explain the connection, but its how the voices you hear in both (the “i love you” here not dizzee) are changed when they’re in an environment dominated by bludgeoning industrial grade drums and sounds of that ilk. they take on a not quite mean, but aggressively unfeeling quality. part of the concrete jungle rather than offering escape from it. taunting in their hollowness.
you don’t need to go through that connection to get what this is going for but it’s there
But the star performance comes from D Double. Seemingly battling multiple speech impediments, he expectorates glottal gouts of raw verbiage. As so often, there's that characteristic sense of involuntary utterance, like it's him who's being spoken through. "Spitting" is too decorous a word for his rhyme style; retching is closer. Witness Double's astonishing first six bars on "Destruction", a gargoyle-like gibber closer to hieroglyphics than language, and seemingly emanating from the same infrahuman zone Iggy plumbed on "Loose" and "TV Eye". On Double's first solo single since "Birds In The Sky", rising producer P-Jam's snaking wooze of gaseous malevolence sparks one of the MC's most Tourettic performances. Barely tethered to the beat's bar scheme, Double seems to be wading waist deep through sonic sludge. He boasts of "sucking up MCs like a hoover", an image possibly cued by the Mentasm-like miasma unloosed by P-Jam.