North Carolina's WELL$ had a coming-out party of sorts with his 2014 tape MTSYD: Revenge of the African Booty Scratcher, his strongest work to date, and now he returns to a track released before the tape. Here's part two of 2013's "Youth In Revolt," featuring King Mez.
Beginnning with a sample of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Nobel Prize acceptance speech, the track quickly unfolds into an epic, trap-flavored bounce, bolstered by ghostly vocal samples that hang out in the foreboding background. Unexpectedly, Juicy J's "Yeah Ho" ad-lib is also sampled, adding some propulsion to the moody track.
"Youth In Revolt Pt. 2" was co-produced by King Mez & Sipho the Gift.
Looking back on everything that we have started here
This is T-Mac and Vince Carter in they hardest year
Me and Mez back-to-back with that truce
It's still black-on-black in his coupe
I send a pair of niggas to shoot