From the get-go, it's clear that Franc Grams means business on his new track "For The Kill 2." Spitting ferociously over a beatless instrumental for close to 90 seconds, the rapper sounds like he's foaming at the mouth, never pausing for a hook or even a lengthy breath. Halfway through, a beat kicks in and things get even more intense.
Produced by Lando Beats, the powerful track has Franc "addressing issues with loved ones, and being 'snubbed' by Joe Budden earlier this year," as per the SoundCloud description. All in all, "For The Kill 2" is an aptly-named track, as Franc sounds like he's closing in on a victim on the song.
Beefin' with fam now
My songs too personal, they ain't fans now
Fuck it, dead 'em, man down
No longer need my handouts