Last time we heard from Cory Jreamz (described by our very own Eric Jaffe as an up-and-coming poet/musician/screenwriter/genius hailing from Houston, Texas), it was when he shared the melancholic "Berlin Blues" back in July. Now he returns with a track called "Freedom," which is a bit more chaotic and energetic than its predecessor.
Spitting over sirens, metallic bleeps and hyperkinetic drums, Jreamz oozes paranoia and frustration as he wonders, "What's the price of a nigga's freedom?" This dude certainly deviates from the tried-and-true Houston hip-hop formula of purple drank-drenched, slo-mo bangers, but with such a unique sound of his own, it's hard to gripe.
Goin' trill in the fast lane
Burning oil just for all my demons
Still trying to be better than Hemingway
So I'ma take a lil' dot to my motherfucking face