KingJet's debut single "Do It (Aye)" hit instantly, an infectious, immediate bit of pop rap that forced its way into the brain after one listen. Follow up "Necklace" doesn't stray far from the satisfying formula of its predecessor, high on catchy choruses and slyly clever raps about spending money on one part of your body while neglecting others (the chorus: "I spent mine on my necklace/Shit! I forgot about my fuckin' wrist").

"Necklace" is rap's pervasive current fixation on melodic escapism embodied in a crisp package, sing-song conspicuous consumption set to production (assisted by L.A.'s CZ) that's simultaneously dense and sunny. It's a strong second step from KingJet and one that bodes well for them if the rest of their party sounds similar.