Saigon Recruits Memphis Bleek, Lil Bibby & Kool G. Rap for ‘Mechanical Animals’
After his stint on reality television, Saigon gets back to what he does best -- spit bars. The Yard Father just released a new street banger that will rock your eardrums. The awesome posse track, 'Mechanical Animals,' features rhyme-slingers Memphis Bleek, Lil Bibby and Kool G. Rap.
Produced by Dame Grease, the sinister beat thumps gloriously over police sirens and a throbbing bass groove.
Saigon kicks things off rapping about illegal capers and his longevity in the rap game.
"Woke up in the morning I gotta thank god / Last night, my uncle pulled off a bank job...so they straight y'all," he raps, adding, "Every day above ground is a good day / I've been around 10 years and I should stay / The realest rapper in the game is what I should say."
Bleek follows with the best verse on the song as he drop crazy punchlines. He spits, "Breezy, back on that s--- again / My bullets kill, murder, call it a synonym / I'm about to sin again / N----s are f---in' with him again / I kill bosses, nearly cripple the middlemen."
Lil Bibby also brings his tough talk on the track with bullet-riddled rhymes.
"The block is hot the cops they watch us as we / Load the glock up and shoot your block up / We never fight so never box us / Swear they gonna need more police to stop us," he raps in his gruff voice.
Finally, veteran rapper Kool G. Rap closes things out showing that he's still capable to spit gritty bars like the young's.
Overall, 'Mechanical Animals' is a street-certified banger with bristling energy from these bionic rap foursome.
Saigon is set to drop his new album -- with the long-winded title -- 'Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 3: The Troubled Times of Brian Carenard,' on Sept. 30. The LP boasts cameos from Big Daddy Kanye, Papoose, Omar Epps and Just Blaze.