MarijuanaXO x Joe Pablo x Big Haulin x Trapbaby – Folks N Em
Trapbaby is a problem
Joe Pablo: “They don’t tell you in that car sh*t’ll get real, deep in the water with that pig but his lips sealed, whatever happen I’ma ride like a Big Wheel, Broadway the hard way we a big deal, mama said I got a hard head but my chin steel”
I’m feeling the matching Bape jackets and Pablo finishing Marijuana’s last line “My brothers know I’ve got them I don’t gotta say it, and you know it’s all there he ain’t gotta weigh it” these guys take brotherhood seriously
It’s been a minute since I got on here but I feel COMPELLED to log on and post some of the Milwaukee fire I haven’t posted in the last two months.
Here’s MarijuanaXO linking up with SME TaxFree in a collaboration that was bound to happen eventually.
MarijuanaXO and Joe Pablo are all about their brothers and it looks like TaxFree is “This that new North Face Gucci not Disney, and when we go to war just know my brothers coming with me.”
“These niggas cheap as a bitch they ain’t getting to it, and I won’t let a nigga sleep if we get into it”
I love when they start trading off lines and it finishes super strong “By my self saying prayers to the trap gods, with these bammin ass phones I can beat the odds, with these crackin ass phones I’ll pay my brother’s bail, Pop called me for a yeen told him meet me at the Shell”
This new team out of Milwaukee Joe Pablo/MarijuanaXO is coming out with some serious heat.
Love the verses, great message, and the beat slaps. This goes super hard.
Love the whole crew yelling along with the “If you got half, I got half, we can split whatever, and if you got it then I got it we in this shit forever” part
MarijuanaXO bodies this verse – “I promise to do right by my brothers. If the police hit the lights I can’t stop there’s too much in this car cause I’ll do life for my brothers. If it’s wrong then I’ve gotta make it right for my brothers.”
I think in 2022 I finally need to get some buffs. That Nipsey varsity jacket is fire too.
KrispyLife Kidd ft. RMC Mike, Babytron – Spicelation
This dude KrispyLife Kidd is hilarious. “I don’t think niggas know how I’m boming, hire a hitman from Jersualem he’ll whack you for a plate of hummus.” Is it an angry Palestinian or some sort of crazy Israeli mossad agent or something?
“When my son seen an opp they had to rope off the pep rally”
I’m trying to see what kind of hat Kidd is wearing but I can’t see the logo because of the angle.
RMC Mike is feeling himself and deservedly so. “40 million streams in a year yeah that’s kind of priceless, finna do a show overseas I’ve gotta fly to Iceland.”
Babytron must feel invincible rolling around the city with RMC Mike and KrispyLife Kidd.
“Catch an opp in traffic punch his window til it shatters”
Rio da Yung OG x LCF Kari x Big Homie Dada x HBK Teezy – Free Charles
It feels like it’s been a while since I posted a Rio track on here but that’s probably more because he’s so prolific at this point that it seems like he has a verse in someone else’s video coming out on a daily basis at this point. This one that Ray Garraty posted is actually unquestionably my favorite out of all the recent output. And I’d actually say it’s as much for the verses from the three young bols as it is for Rio’s verse, which you can’t often say about these types of tracks. He may be Rio the Yung OG but here he plays the role of Big Homie Rio. I hope he did this verse for free because these guys earned it.
Literally all three of these kids can REALLY spit. I went from clicking the link just expecting to wait for the Rio verse to being like ‘Alright, alriiiight, first kid can spit’ to ‘Damn this second kid has some bars too’ to ‘Wow this third guy is spitting some absolute flames all three of these young bols are on their game.’ The beat is simple but goes super hard and is perfect for this type of track.
I’m not sure who’s who or if these guys are from Detroit or Flint or somewhere in between but I’m feeling it. All three of these guys have a lot of heart. I want to actually search for some more of their stuff. The first dude’s flow/voice is just like a blunt instrument.
I love the second guy’s verse especially starting with the elongated”Shhhhh I can’t hear these niggas, we’ve got straps why the fuck would we fear these niggas?”
Third dude kills it “Free my baby brother Charles he made 20 down in West V, I done passed niggas to the point where they can’t catch me, I really move the bag tell the plug come and bless me, Glock with a ladder in case an opp try to test me.”
“I went broke and got it back, I don’t cry about them losses”. True hustler right there.
“We the reason these niggas in the house fuck corona, if this loud burn out I’ma drive to Oklahoma.”
Cash Kidd ft. IceWear Vezzo, Sterl Gotti, Lavier, Rio da Yung OG – See You
Man I had heard this a few months ago and seen Ray Garraty post it and it was one of those things where I was like ‘Oh nice all of my favorite rappers on one track’ and expecting it to be the best thing I ever heard and then for whatever reason when I first listened to it the one time it wasn’t clicking with me and I forgot about it and never went back to it.
Now, bumping the Cash Kidd album ‘No Socks’ that it came out on a couple of months later, giving it another chance, it’s hitting me in a different way and it’s been like a revelation of biblical proportions. This has become one of my all-time favorites.
“Throw these Balencis on the wire after I wear them tonight. I keep a big 30 on me and I carry a knife.”
I love Cash Kidd’s callous disregard for material things; yeah he’ll buy the Balenciagas because he’s bored and because you can’t but fuck it, he’ll throw them up on the wire after he wears them tonight. He keeps a big .30 on him AND he carries a knife.
“Bought a crib in Canton because the area nice, I’m barely there but I watch the cameras every night.”
I’m also feeling that posessed, dark side version of Cash Kidd when he’s singing ‘When I seeee you, when I see yooouuu”
I am decidedly in the camp of fans of Icewear Vezzo but it would be unfair to expect him to keep up with probably the two best lyricists in the game right now in Cash Kidd and Rio but while he can’t do that, you know what? He absolutely fucking bodies this track with just the sheer energy he brings to it and his unique style. I love the Icewear voice no homo and every time his verse comes on on this I get hyped. “WHEN THEY SEE US CHANGE SHIFTS LIKE WORKING MAN”
I don’t know much about Lavier and I kind of slept on his verse at first but after a few listens you realize that his verse is on the next level, with next dimension lines like “These hoes don’t want you in their presence til you lit like Christmas trees.’ I’m almost a little frigthened by the ‘shout out my nigga G, dog been getting tortured for that little shit he did to me.’ Part of me is curious to know what the guy did/what they’re doing to him but honestly I probably don’t want to know! “Big eyes with the gat but hoes on me like I’m spongebob, feels like yesterday I was the poorest in that lunch line, free my pops, we just chopped it for the one time, I could be a star but they don’t want to see the sun shine.”
I NEED to start finding more Lavier verses or he needs to start rapping more because he’s a beast.
And then of course, you get the Rio verse as the grand finale. I love hearing Rio rap over this light piano type beat. Actually, I love hearing everyone over this beat but Rio especially since it’s not his usual style he’s usually rapping over harsher/more dystopian stuff, but let’s take a minute to appreciate how nice this piano loop is. Unfortunately I don’t even know who made it so can’t give them proper credit here but would love to know.
“You know I’ma up the heat when I see you. Fiberglass on the pistol that bitch see-through.”
“Sorry I’m aggressive off this perc I can’t crack a smile, I robbed a nigga with a (???) for a half a pound, I got it from my granddad the handle crocodile.” I absolutely love when rappers talk about old straps, like Rio here talking about his granddad’s Saturday night special with the crocodile-skin handle or ALLBLACKtalking about stealing his granddad’s revolver and taking it to school.
I feel like this is a zenith for the whole Detroit/Flint scene that’s been taking over for the last few years, and should go down as one of the all-time great posse tracks.