Biggaveli is back with new warmth in front of his impending collection.
Individuals are as yet shouting Max B as he stays in jail. The cheerful part is that his 75-year sentence has been abandoned and with that, he’s been conveying shiny new music for individuals on a predictable premise. In the coming weeks, he’ll drop his new studio collection Negro Spirituals and today, he’s uncovered two new singles, including “Revolution.” The rapper’s wavy style takes the cutting edge of this new single over puncturing synths as he subtleties his flexibility notwithstanding misfortune. “The stories I draw in, twenty years in the enclosure/Twenty years as a slave, ni-ni-n***a please,” he raps on the record.
“The idea for this one marinated for quite a while before I laid this child down,” he said of the tune. “I simply need individuals to listen to me. This whole new collection I’m saying see me, see what I’ve forfeited to give you all this sound, cherish and like it. I didn’t have the luyricsxury to simply sit in the lab for quite a long time and record nothing, I can simply compose besides. I need individuals to know I’m as yet ravenous, I’m laying the preparation for when I get out and they return they go see ‘Negro Spirituals’! ‘Revolution’ is only a taste so prepare for the ride.”
Some hammers and DVDs, couple of ’em fried
The witnesses on the stand, couple of ’em lied
They want me to take a plea, some pull up and hide
The Bentley pull up and swerve, some pull up and glide
She fuck with them BNBs, I look at the sky
Them fuckers they think could see me, I pull out the nine
Leave them fuckers nice and dreamy and send ’em up to die