Uncle Murda must’ve been teased at an early age.
Man, this track is intense! For majority of it, Uncle Murda raps about all the street s–t he does in his spare time, sparing no one of his sinister thoughts. There is nothing flashy or musical about his approach, just straight up bars that are violent and pretty ruthless. It’s gangsta rap at its finest (Or bloodiest).
Dave East approaches the track a lot smoother than Uncle Murda does, but he’s just as ruthless content-wise. Sounding like a n—a that was the star player on the basketball team while still drug dealing, Dave East turns the song into more of a logical street track as opposed to Uncle Murda making it sound wild as s–t.
I’m in Brooklyn all the time, but clearly not Uncle Murda’s side.