So, I take it this track wasn’t received too well initially? It seems to have been cut from White Flame, which I kinda find to be a shame. While I’m growing more fond of White Flame with each listen, this honestly would’ve taken it even further for me. Though it’s little more than a Based freestyle, the production is frantic, and B’s use of autotune is very rare (like, literally). His already distinct voice sounds even more ridiculous when run through this filter. Hearing him talk about how his face looks like Gary (Spongebob?) then concludes that with his trademark “NYAH” which almost resembles the snail’s meow just makes me lose it everytime. Do yourself a favor, and add this track to your White Flame on iTunes.
They had been talking about this on Twitter recently, and it’s finally here. Bang itself has become a viral sensation due to its 500,000 views over last weekend, this will only further push it. While I’m not the biggest fan of what B’s doing on this record, Chief Keef still created one of the hardest songs I’ve heard in a minute, and that alone makes me wish the 16 year old all the best.
Hi, Based God. It’s only been a month since your last project, but it feels like it’s been an eternity since I’ve really heard the essence of the Based lifestyle. I know you’ve been struggling to be taken seriously, and you want to educate all your children with esoteric philosophies. But fuck that shit for a minute Based God, let’s get back to cooking.
Lil B’s Gold House is on the way, and it’s probably the first Lil B mixtape I’ve been excited for since Bitch Mob (which still bangkadangs). Green Card finds Lil B having fun once again, rapping over a post-hyphy beat while flexing with automatic rifles. This is the Based God I’ve been missing. Crazier than a hermit cast out into the sunlight. “Everybody cheerleadin’ cause we catchin’ bodies”
Sometimes when I forget how crazy Brandon is, he releases one of his best songs from two years ago in video form, and proceeds to rap into a payphone for four minutes flat. That last verse has always tugged on the heartstrings.