Rah Digga's made a name for herself as one of the most lyrical women in the game, and it now appears that she's attracted herself quite a famous fan: Chuck D. The Public Enemy founder contributes a spoken-word outro to Digga's new track "Storm Coming," which was produced by Marco Polo.
A furious track with artwork emblazoned by the Black Power fist, "Storm Coming" is the latest in a string of ferocious tracks by Rah Digga that could all probably strip paint off of cars. Perfectly encapsulating her apocalyptic worldview is the line, "I don't know where to begin, how to tell you how to win, but I do know that it's gon' come down to them rhymes in the end."
Don't mess with Rah Digga on the mic-- she'll slay you every time.
I don't know where to begin, how to tell you how to win
But I do know it's gon' come down to them rhymes in the end
Some pursue other ventures, some lost they step
We done came a long way from the days of Salt 'N Pep