Big Apple rhymesayer AWAR didn’t get to where he is today by showing mercy to his foes. On the contrary, he keeps it “strictly bidness”—which often means dropping those who don’t give him and his crew the proper respect. On LP bonus cut-turned-street single Cutthroat Rap, a grimy Alchemist production sets the mood as AWAR gives rivals fair warning of the grisly fate that awaits them if they step. Fellow Empire State lyricists Roc Marciano and Grafh evince an equally ruthless approach to the hustle in their aggressive guest 16s. Featuring Cutthroat Rap and many more quality cuts, The Laws of Nature is available for free streaming and digital purchase as of July 2012.
Written by richard on 03/24/13
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