The Game has been going hard at Meek lately, but he just turned up the heat to a whole different level with his new diss going at Meek, Beans, and Sean Kingston! Sean Kingston you might be asking why, but yes, that Sean Kingston. This is a 6 minute long attack on Meek and company as the second diss by The Game after Meek fired back on this same beat last week.
“Add suicide bomber to my resume…” Smoove Gotti Underground Gods
Indiana rapper, Michael Barber and Cleveland rapper, Smoove Gotti give us an exclusive collab on a track they recorded back when both were with the Death Row Records.
Underground Gods is a dark track with both MCs bringing hot bars.
Michael Barber raps first and opens up with a line to remember, “Got the remedy for enemies and haters to flop/Deadly off the top like Kennedy in his drop” and he continues mid-verse with “who sicker than me with the rhymes dude? you find true that’s the day swine flu.”
The hook is a sampled, scratch of Hova spitting “bringing a knife to gun fight” and “The god MCs” and Slick Rick “I wanna expose cornball rappers with a quickness.” A perfect analogy for a song filled with bars in an era of rap that has seemed to forget about them.
Smoove Gotti drops in the second verse and the lyrical flow that has made him famous in the state of Ohio comes across as smooth as his name. “It’s like bringing a pen and a pad to a freestyle/you about to burn like a wood pile/you are not prepared, hip hop is a lifestyle/you don’t even live, you do it for the fame/I do it for the love of the game…”
The love of hip hop is evident, and Gotti continues to talk smack with the sick lines, “No cutthroat, so cutthroat, Now my career working out a jump rope…”
Why Smoove Gotti doesn’t have another major label deal is hard to understand. He is Believeland’s best rapper by a mile and one of the top unsigned free agents ANYWHERE.
The track finishes with a guitar solo from the song’s producer, Josh Tifer.
What if you were on top of your game in music and Eminem and Pitbull handed you their mixtapes before they were big, and you ignored them? Well, that’s what happened to Fat Joe at the height of his career. The rapper says he regrets overlooking them and tells DJ Vlad that he never hears the end of it from Pitbull and says Em still remembers every city he’s handed his music to him.
Tracklist: 01. Intro 02. Run ‘Em Off (Feat. Jon Connor, OG Maco And Compton Menace) 03. These Haters Broke 04. Still Gettin My Pt. 2 05. Shake Dat (Feat. OG Maco) 06. Light ‘Em Up (Feat. Dope D.O.D.) 07. Wur Da Dope At (Feat. Kokoe Chapo) 08. In My Brain 09. Let’m Tell It (Feat. Dave East) 10. Get Away (Feat. Jon Connor And Yelawolf) 11. Creepin Out 12. Outro