Back in 2012, on a track off mixtape compilation Rejex, Joey BadA$$ did his best impresison of a 1950s frat boy and conducted a Pantie Raid on a woman of his acquaintance (who was only too willing to give ‘em up). Now, two years later, the Big Apple emcee is back for more. Released to kick off #ProEraWeek 2014, Pantie Raid Pt. II finds Bruce Leekix serving up an appropriately steamy, sampled beat to back rhymes on the ever-popular topic of getting it in. When compared to its predecessor, this joint powerfully illustrates the artist’s evolution as a lyricist; in place of part one’s relatively straightforward bedroom narrative, the emcee weaves an intricate web of risqué allusions and wordplay, even incorporating a subtle nod to Nasty Nas (“A foul doctrine / Exactly what got me so into you…”). Keep your browsers locked for more fresh song releases leading up to the Friday arrival of Pro.Era’s latest street album, Secc$ Tap.e Pt. 2.
Written by richard on 02/10/14
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