Young Zee, of the Outsidaz, is one of the weirdest rhymers ever. Legend has it that he had a big influence on Eminem in the transition away from Infinite era mechanical rhyming to a looser, assonance heavy, shorter word burst style. Zee’s style is one of the biggest influences on my rhyme dictionary. Listening to him confirms to me everything I love about rhyming.
Obvious subtle differences include his end-consonant usage but it’s the same design principles in rhyme structure. This is my favorite rhyme scheme I think. It’s the same one Earl Sweatshirt opens with. Sonically, it’s really versatile and many words in the English language abide to the design structure of the rhyme.