When Rick Ross and Lex Luger link up, we're usually bound to get gold. The duo, first meeting up for Teflon Don's strongest one-two punch ("B.M.F." into "MC Hammer"?! C'mon...), have since done "Off The Boat" and the Hood Billionaire title track together, and now they return for one called "Dog Food."
Bringing his trademark high-stakes vibe to a song that's based around a kibbles-n-bits concept, Luger succeeds yet again in making Rozay sound more royal than ever, and the MC lives up to that with thoroughly ridiculous, grandiose bars. We never really expect lyrical somersaults from Ross, but he could honestly just ad-lib over this beat and it'd still be fire.
Stones in my pocket, stonewashed jeans
Labeled a mastermind, my elaborate schemes
They say I'm eclectic 'cause I got it perfected
Take 200 racks just to "HUH" on your record