Black Moon Puts on the Camouflage and ‘Go to War’ on New Song
Brooklyn's original gun clappers Black Moon slide through with a new song in the form of a quick one-off called 'Go to War.'
On the Da Beatminerz-produced track, the Boot Camp Clik leaders waste no time letting listeners know that time hasn't watered down their guerilla tactics by any means. "This I know for sure, you don't really wanna go to war, got n----s and bitches waiting at 'ya door," they caution on the hook.
Riding over a sample of the Temptations' 'Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today),' Buckshot kicks things off spitting clever punchlines with such finesse.
"Less flows, past the point of no return, I'm in Amsterdam, damn, I gotta burn / Not like Usher, I'll punish the whole firm, cause they won't recognize the laws they might learn," he raps.
5 ft proves his worth as well on this outing with his raspy and gritty voice serving as a perfect complement to Buckshot's more melodic vocals.
"Turn up the turbulence, rock band, disturbing it / When I'm beat-mining, I'm coming through here to murder it," he spits.
'Go To War' is menacing enough to make a retired street vet want to grab their pistol and the vintage boom-bap will please any rap purist.