On Suicidal Thoughts, the haunting final track off Notorious B.I.G.‘s Ready to Die LP, the late rap legend spit, “When I die, f**k it, I wanna go to hell / ‘Cause I’m a piece of sh*t, it ain’t hard to f**kin’ tell.” Today, fellow Brooklyn rhymesayer Iron Solomon gives those ominous lines a homicidal twist on When I Die, making its world premiere in anticipation of his latest mixtape’s release later today. Over a moody, dubstep-infused beat by Benjamin Blank, Isaiah and Solomon himself, the emcee charges into battle armed with, “pistols and missiles, machetes and swords.” for this blood-soaked banger, previous song releases Genesis (Chapter 1) and Monster and much more, check out the headliner’s 2DopeBoyz/DJ Green Lantern presented Killer street album when it hits our frontpage for free streaming and download today at 2:00 PM EST.
Written by richard on 10/31/12
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