The two NY veterans trade bars about bringing that realness back to the rap game, and do so over one of the more unlikely samples in recent memory. Flipped on here by producers Myles Williams and Jay Are is the track "Age Of Adz" by indie-folk artist Sufjan Stevens, and they make its trilling flutes and anthemic vocals sound positively huge. If you had told me in high school that the guys who respectively made "All The Above" and "For the Widows in Paradise, for the Fatherless in Ypsilanti" would end up on the same track together, I would've said you were bugging, but here we are.
Street nigga in a Rolls Royce Ghost
Started with a dream, all we had was four O's
Used to run around with a dirty 4-4
Now I got the same watch that you seen on Hov