Hip hop pop is what Vision The Kid brings to the table with his recent release entitled Fly By Night. The Minneapolis representer uses samples from past popularized hits (artists include Albert Hammond Jr. Bob Seger and Imogen Heap) to help create a multiplicity of sounds that were tailored to fit a modern-esque sound. Fly By Night actually grew on me. Upon 3rd listen I found myself bopping my head and rewinding verses as each track played. "Fly By Night Moves" is the commencement and it packs a smooth hook blanketed over a tranquil beat that makes for the perfect bed to lie bars down. On one of my favorites, "Long Distance Song" VTK is able to put his own swag on a track that samples Albert Hammonds "In Transit" and in the song he talks about a break up that he had with a female a long time ago. On another favorite entitled "The Show Must Go On" (The track shares the same name as the sample from the infamous rock band Queen) has a beat that you can't help but nod your head to. This project is so diversified and it shows how creative Vision The Kid really is. Pop, alternative rock and hip hop all meshed together to create this diamond in the rough that left me wanting more. Fly By Night was a dope project to listen and I would play it again.