We recently heard Al-Doe freestyle over Nicki's "Truffle Butter" with Smoke DZA, part of the same R.F.C. crew. Now he's picked a much older beat to rap over--though an appropriate one as we approach Grammy weekend. "Grammy Family" first appeared on GOOD Music rapper Consequence's 2007 album Don't Quit Your Day Job, and featured Kanye West, DJ Khaled, and John Legend.
Al-Doe and fellow Bronx rapper Tree Mason take on the Kanye-produced beat and end up rhyming every line with "Grammy." It's actually very impressive. We're looking forward to what beats Al chooses to revitalize next.
Watch Al and the RFC fam in our "Crew Love" video below.
Uh, still selling that candy
Came in your bitch, gave her 50 for Plan B
Hammer on the dresser, the pressure I can't see
I'm just scoring every time, they ain't playin' no damn D