Royce Da 5’9 – Field Negro
It’s been said that Royce Da 5’9” is one of only a handful couple of maverick specialists in hip-bounce equipped for dissemination and imperishability. Simply a month ago, Royce showed himself to be so all around created, that even a warring Tory Lanez was compelled to recline – after which we, as in hip-bounce fans, were blessed to receive a short respite in action, just for Nickel Nine to reemerge two days back touting another tune. All things considered, that day has come, and all signs point to Royce exceeding himself by and by, similar to a fine matured wine.
On “Field Negro,” Royce Da 5’9″ enters the political talk based on race in America, in three similarly gnawing parts. Royce even figures out how to flick darts at Kanye West and Wale, yet in a to some degree lively state of mind. “I did it my way, without all the grumbling and all the crying throughout the day like Kanye and Wale,” he raps. Furthermore, to finish everything off, “Field Negro” is created in the FUBUest way conceivable, by Royce himself.
Royce Da 5’9″ isn’t putting on a smoke and mirrors appear.
Lyrics to go:
You ain’t been getting this money all your life
Oh, you forgot about all the roaches and all the mice
Out here living the alcoholic rapper artist life
What happened to art is life?
All of your kids is in charter school – Royce Da 5’9
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