Sacramento's finest Mozzy is back with his latest project, Occupational Hazard. This marks his second solo project of the year following May's Beyond Bulletproof. Mozzy's easily the most consistent rapper in the game whose output doesn't ever compromise quality. Occupational Hazard is no different, providing many stand-out moments on collaborations and solo tracks.
The pain and anguish from the streets are often reflected in his music. On "Terrorist Threats," track four on the project, is a chilling entry detailing death and vengeance in the streets. Mozzy's tightly flows over the haunting West Coast-infused production with accurate reflections of gang banging and drug trafficking.
Keep the door locked in the dope spot
Got the fat choppa in the love seat
If you do not slide for your gang member, you do not love me
You never frontline a gang war, how're you above me?
I'm the one they call when it gets funky