Uncle Murda, Dave East & Styles P Spit Lyrical Shots on Scram Jones-Produced ‘NYC Driveby’
For those of you complaining that New York rappers aren’t bringing that hardcore s— to the rap game, fall back, and listen to producer Scram Jones‘ new street banger, “NYC Driveby.”
The abrasive track features Uncle Murda, Dave East and Styles P spitting bullet-riddled rhymes to their detractors who are “poppin’ mad s—.” Over a bass-heavy beat and a cleverly-placed vocal sample, the trio relay gritty stories of how the bullet disrupt lives.
Dave East raps about his paranoia of untrustworthy people, spitting, “Uncle from the South, jeans, creased them / Raised on the East, for arguments, n—-s will leave him / My own aunt robbed me, I don’t trust a soul breathing / Mama had a job, I sold work for sneakers, believe him.”
Uncle Murda, who is known for the lyrical gun talk, follows with a story about a guy who’s not ready-made for the streets. “He was poppin mad s—, man, he wasn’t strapped up / In front of his baby moms, he got smacked up / On the low, he was ready to fight back / Till he saw that Draco then fell right back,” he raps.
Finally, Style P warns that he’s not the guy to play wit.
Real MC on the “check, 1-2″ shit
Said you was a gangsta but you won’t do shit
Niggas rap senseless cause they all (stupid),” he raps, adding, “I’m too great, you too wack… / I’m already war ready, you want beef with SP? / Line em up and get em all ready.”
Fair warning, this song is not for the faint of heart.
There’s no word on where this song will end up. But props to Scram Jones for delivering a hardcore banger that will leave haters ducking the lyrical shots from Uncle Murda, Dave East and Styles P.