With radio freestyles at an all-time low, Papoose takes to the whip to play a guessing game with some high-brow bars.
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Taking to a low-key, vaguely spooky sample, Pap paints a mental picture. “I was born in a laboratory, my mother’s a scientist,” he raps. “I don’t know who my father, they both denying it / China said it was the U.S, they telling different stories / I don’t know who was my father, somebody call Maury / when you sneeze, people used to say God bless you / since I came around, now when you sneeze they disrespect you / you don’t have the symptoms, so you think I’m not inside ya? / ask KD — I’m the real easy money sniper.”
Hardly what you would call a challenge, but an interesting take from the Golden all the same. In truth, it’s hard to say how such eerily topical lines will be received, but it certainly helps to address the ongoing situation head-on. Don’t expect these to be the last Coronavirus bars you hear this year — they may very well, however, earn the title of “most conceptual.”
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