On Royce Da 5’9’s 44th birthday celebration, return to one of his numerous diamonds with the hard-hitting “Road Hop” introduction “Weapon Harmonizing.”
When the weapon talks, what does it say? Quite a while back, the unbelievable lyricist Royce Da 5’9 presented his own interpretation with “Firearm Harmonizing.” Long before Big Shaq offered his understanding of gunfire with “, Nickle started off his Street Hop collection with a rankling two part harmony with individual Slaughterhouse part KXNG Crooked. Being that today is Royce’s forty-forward birthday, it feels fitting to show some adoration to one of his numerous diamonds.
“Each slug’s a note, I compose with a terminating pen, each time that trigger draw, it’s a statement,” he raps, his force unparalleled. “Inside a stall brimming with smoke, sniffing lines of that black powder, I’m more sweltering than a couple of boots and a coat/And a turtleneck, the best rapper alive/Could be the best rapper that passed on, I’m dangerous.”
Being that he’s still effectively conveying quality material this day, return to a portion of Royce’s previous works, as there are positively numerous features to be found. However his style has moved significantly since the times of Street Hop, his piss-and-vinegar approach on this one should charm long-lasting fanatics of the Detroit emcee.