Z-Ro Declares His ‘Legendary’ Status with New Album [LISTEN]
The 15-track album doesn't have many features, not that the multi-talented artist needs them—only Mike D and Just Brittany show up to throw the Houston rapper a couple of assists. The release marks Z-Ro's 19th studio album since his debut back in 1998.
The new album is led by the recently released "Skrewed Up," which Z-Ro dropped just days ago, and touches on social justice issues, specifically Black Lives Matter.
“The devil is a lie, somebody already told you that/Black lives don’t matter, that law already showed you that/War time, I be where the rest of the other soldiers at/Whenever we open a door, they close it back,” Z-Ro raps.
As for his work ethic, it's in check, though Z-Ro did admit to getting frustrated sometimes when people overlook his skills.
“I got a lot of projects. But after you’ve been where I’ve been. I’ve turned in great bodies of work [but] when muthaf---as take it and leave it [on the shelf], I don’t like that shit,” Z-Ro told XXL. “So pretty soon I’m finna to stop giving you shit that you’re going to leave right there and nobody going to know about. I’ve done, in my opinion and plenty of others, some masterpieces and them sh--s don’t get out of Houston.”
Take a listen to Legendary below.