This track is wild, making fun of fans boycotting the group after their swift change into softer metal mixed with electronics.
Throwing in a beat box section was unexpected, the song itself is strong with a variety of different styles, consisting of a strong lyrics and a mix of electronic effects.
If excessive syllables, this is the track for you. This track has some history behind it, the first ever reference to Grey Poupon in rap, as well as showing off the skill from the duo and talent on the microphone.
I absolutely love songs like this, completely different from slower rap tracks, but adding something different into the mix.
Conversational rap, Lil Dicky has a mock interview with Snoop Dogg how he’ll emerge and take the rap scene by storm, sounds different right?
Lil Dicky demonstrates a variety of lyrical talents, as well as comedy into a unique track.