Roscoe Dash just hit us with his brand new mixtape, The Appetizer, and while the majority of the tape is made up of freestyles over popular instrumentals like "No Flex Zone" and "0 To 100", there are a few original gems in there as well.
One of those happens to be the Mike Haven-produced "Nu Section", which has Roscoe back doing what he does best-- hitting us with catchy hooks and swift double time flows over club-ready backdrops. This one certainly sets the stage for whats to come from the ATL spitter, ensuring that he's still ready to tear the club down as he's always been.
Still askin' how much my features
Since "No Hands" I don't really need it
Ain't no sense in make believin'
I used to have a dream
But that was way back before I achieved it