This week's FIRE EMOJI playlist displays the extent of incitement that arose from Don Q answering Tory Lanez' open gauntlet. Although Don Q would not make the record, and nor do any of the "battle information" issued this previous week, it isn't as a result of he or Tory have been truly undeserving of a nod, however reasonably a mirrored image of how sturdy the opposite submissions have been - and coincidentally way more balanced in composition. A diss document is a diss document is diss document on the finish of the day.
Joyner Lucas began this week the brunt of a joke, solely to make lemons out of a Chris Brown duet they titled "Just Let Go." Read into it nonetheless you need, however "Just Let Go" spoke to so many issues, on so many ranges, particularly when you think about the potholes each artists have needed to side-step. Remember, "Just Let Go" is however a teaser to the broader collab-album they promised us early in 2018.
The different two artists making a discernible impression this week, have frequented the "FIRE EMOJI" membership on a much more common foundation than Joyner Lucas. For one, Gunna is such a prolific "creator" that his insistence of pre-amble regarding his single "One Call" nearly appeared out of character - Not to be outdone by Kevin Gates "actual speak" sermon on "Right Game Wrong N***a."
In the week that was January 27 to February 2nd, hip-hop followers have been spoiled for choices. Other names that blessed our playlist this week embrace Soulja Boy, Lil West, Chris Brown, Sada Baby, G Herbo, Preme, Wiz Khalifa, and A$AP Twelvvy simply to call a number of.
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