The best recipe for a Monday is simple: equal parts hiphop, dubstep and house. To really give your trap house some flare, sprinkle in some Southern beats and charm. The result is strictly business, . Weekend Money is NYC/Philly MC Ne$$ and Brooklyn-by-way-of-Iraq producer/vocalist Baghdaddy. This track is like a big, black Cadillac barreling towards you, and you positively want to get hit by it. The rhymes are smooth layers of lyricism that glide over the syncopated claps, sirens and hefty beats. Heems (of recently separated Das Racist) kills on his verse, skipping like a stone through his narrative. Yellow is one of those tracks that creeps in and gets you moving. Put it on repeat and appreciate each nuance in the rhyme and every kick of the beat. And check out Weekend Money‘s latest EP, Naked City.
from the ground up black on black Chucks 5-11s, no shirt, black blazer why sell them? few chains, shades like tint hat on slant, thumbs up yup, Fonzarelli (Heems) where to? theres two women and a rapper in the back of my car and the apple don’t fall far from the tree, son of my father far as i can see, the farthest that i’ve reached dollars that i keep and put it in my pocket pushing a cab since since the Knicks and the Rockets.”