Preparing for the release of his forthcoming album Slab God, Texas rap legend Paul Wall drops the project’s second single “Crumble the Satellite.” Wall taps fellow Southern rap heavyweights Devin the Dude and Curren$y for an elevated anthem of Texas lingo delivered on top of sleepy guitar and smooth organ vibrato.
Slab God is an homage to Houston car culture, with ‘slab’ being an acronym for “Slow, Loud, And Bangin” which is mainly used to describe cars with sound systems, candy paint, rims, pop trunks, and other pimped-out customizations. It's due out on September 25th with a all-star cast including Curren$y, Devin, Snoop Dogg, Berner, Trae Tha Truth, Husalah, and more. In the meantime, roll one to “Crumble the Satellite.”
A white cup is my holy grail
My cup full but I ain't had my fill
I got old bread but it ain't stale
And these Johnny Dang diamonds, they ain’t come from Zales