this young ‘boy’ is ’2 dope’, ask Shake what I do to a track
I haven’t heard much from DMV’s Lyriciss since he dropped The Hope mixtape on July 4th. Then out of nowhere he hits me off with two new joints. I’ll let Lyriciss explain: I watched a DVD with a preacher speaking on “deactivating our Willie Lynch Chips”. Basically saying that as young black Americans, we need to get rid of the instinct in us that makes us seperate and down each other, which was instilled in us back in the slavery days in the Willie Lynch tactics, and sadly, it still remains in us today. So the first verse = a slave speaking on his loyalty to the master; second verse = the light-skin/dark-skin rift between the blacks of today; the third verse = the black woman’s independence and denial of need for the black man. That message and it’s done over Reks’ Statik Selektah produced Black Cream? Dope! Then he adds himself to the list of Incredible underground rappers.