Wara From The NBHD dropped a freestyle at the end of January, but today he's making his 'official' return since December's album If Guns Could Speak P.S.A., with not one but two new songs. The first of the two is the socially-minded "Skin Tone." Obviously Wara isn't afraid to tackle the heavier topics while still making exciting music, something which he does here, flowing over production from Wili Hendrixs, Thelonious Martin and his own additions. The beat definitely feels like there were multiple hands in it, with a classic guitar occupying the background, and a ear-piercing beeping permeating the foreground, alongside soothing drums.
Take a listen and grab a download. If you missed it, watch Wara's recent episode of On The Come Up below.
I could give a fuck less, measure me by my success
A n*gga seen enough stress to turn me to monster
I gotsa go down in history like it's meant to be
Typically ain't no real n*ggas left in the industry
They wanna see me dead or in jail or in the streets