Maybe you haven't heard of Killa Kyleon yet, but most likely you will be seeing him around for a while. In that he's honed his craft enormously and he takes his flow to the next level for "Black History Month."
In this song, Killa brings us some much needed revolutionary zeal and raps as though everything is on the line, backed by some magnificent, but hard, production.
If you're not too familiar with Kyleon yet, check out his freestyles. Most notably, spot out his freestyle over Kanye's thunderous beat to "Blood On The Leaves."
But listen to this first. It showcases his most impressive lyricism yet.
I'd rather be a N-I-G-G-A than an uncle tom
It's hard to see us being niggas than keepin' calm
As-salamu alaykum, as-salam
I ain't rollin' with Al Queda, but I'm 'bout to drop a bomb