Ace Hood recently released an honest, confessional banger called "To Whom It May Concern," in which he addressed a variety of subjects including his relationship with DJ Khaled, his absence from the game, and more. The track was the first single from his upcoming mixtape Trust the Process, and the fans clearly loved the direction Ace Hood seemed to be heading in.
Now, we're honored to continue the streak of Ace Hood bangers with the official premiere of "Came Wit The Posse." A Trust The Process cut, this one finds Ace killing another Foreign Teck banger, reflecting on the glories of crew life. The beat is truly a standout, with an eerie, tense chime riff and trap drums keeping the energy high. Ace has no trouble riding the beat, delivering a solid ripe with precautionary warnings about the constant threat of snakes in a circle.
Still, the message is ultimately one of celebration. In a statement about the single, Ace Hood explained that ""Came Wit The Posse" is a celebration of crew life and to honor those that have been down through the good and bad times. If u wasn't around from day 1 then u can't get a piece when the bread come!"
Loyalty is one of hip-hop's most dominant themes, and Ace Hood does the concept justice on this one. If you've been sleeping on the Florida rapper, this track might be a welcome introduction to what he's all about. The vibe is starkly different from the confessional, vulnerable nature of "To Whom It May Concern," but that ensures that Ace Hood will be coming with some serious versatility on his upcoming project. Stay tuned for more from Ace when Trust The Process drops on August 21st.
Young guy high in demand
Got a lot of shots in the can
Real n*gga recognize real,
You ain't never been in the field