Papoose has continuously adhered to his principles, which is to say: he's kept it hip-hop in the purest sense. Elusive by nature and generally selective in his release patterns, the father of the "golden child" has come through with a new selection for the masses. "Fortune 500" finds Papoose taking raw to a new level, taking a page out of Lupe Fiasco's book and releasing a song via self-recorded video. In keeping with tradition, Pap comes through with a dominant theme; where we previously found him styling on the alphabet and the numerical system, this time he's tackling the game's top companies.
Pointing out each one as he rattles them off, Pap paints a vivid picture rife with clever bars. "Thieves obey they thirst like Sprite, know I got the hammer, I was gambling in Las Vegas at the Tropicana, they fall like Dominos when I pop those shells," raps Pap. "I'm universal my name rings Taco Bells." Check out the new track, delivered through unconventional means though it may be, right here.
Thieves obey they thirst like Sprite, know I got the hammer
I was gambling in Las Vegas at the Tropicana
They fall like Dominos when I pop those shells
I'm universal my name rings Taco Bells