Pretty much every rapper in the game will insist that they’re the realest doing it, but Oktane and Pricetag are willing to take it one step further. On new single Yes Lord, the Los Angeles duo demonstrate just how confident they are in their ability to keep it one-hundred by summoning God himself as their witness. Young Chop sets an appropriately grandiose mood on the production tip, layering choral vocals over whip-ready trap percussion (I’m doing my best to ignore that goofy, incongruous “Yeah!” sample looping incessantly in the back.) as the artists praise themselves to the high heavens. King Chip and Travis Scott assist on the guest tip, and Chucky Millions directs the record’s atmospheric official visuals. For this joint, the previously-featured Them N*ggas and more, check out Audio Push’s Inland Empire street album, out now online.
Written by richard on 12/21/12
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