"You make it rain, you be throwing them stacks? (that's rap)/
But when your daughter choose to work in that field (that's real)/
Niggas gassin' you to ride with your strap (that's rap)/
You should listen to who tellin you 'chill' (that's real)/"
This is one of the most eye-opening tracks from Bread n Circuses II, and also one of my favourites. Saigon keeps it G as always and spits the truth over a hard beat. I really like how he made contrasts of every line throughout the song. The shit he says is sort of a reminder to anybody out there thinkin' the rap game's all flashy cars and horny women. Here's the track along with some recently released visuals. Check it.