Ace Hood has proven that resilience and creativity can overcome any roadblock. Since parting ways with DJ Khaled's We The Best Music Group, the Florida rapper has continuously kept his fans entertained, be it through mixtapes or various loosies. His persistence has led to the assembly of a genuine cult fanbase, who support his endeavors with unwavering loyalty. Now, Ace has come through with another banger called "We Ball," which finds him dabbling in a little bit of stylistic experimentation. For one, the instrumental is made up of a melancholic guitar arpeggio, evocative of barroom blues.
Hood wastes little time in kicking up the energy. Upon the entry of up-tempo percussion, Hood matches his flow accordingly. "I'm on my exodus, blackest excellence," raps Hood, over a Yelawolf-esque chord progression. "Speak my testament, check off my bucket list." The song seems to carry an introspective vibe, as Ace ponders his place in the game, an ever-changing position. By the time the track reaches a climax, Hood is truly going in. Peep "We Ball" now, and sound off below.
I'm on my exodus, blackest excellence
Speak my testament, check off my bucket list
Know what time it is, my whole body chill
My life super real, blessings too familiar