4-IZE ft. Señor Kaos & Punchlyne - Dat Ain’t Gon’ Ride

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: 4-Ize
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Producer:
DJ Rasta Root
Album:
Illuminated Animals

As an up-and-coming artist with cash to spare and too many women to fit into one tricked-out ride (as he explained on his last Booth feature), 4-IZE is enjoying himself too much to let haters and sucker emcees ruffle his feathers – thus, his boilerplate response to anyone talking trash is a polite but firm, “No, no, Dat Ain’t Gon’ Ride.” This newly-leaked track off IZE’s forthcoming Illuminated Animals street album finds the dual Chicago/Atlanta native flowing over the cheery, Chipmunk-soul boardwork of DJ Rasta Root annihilating his doubters in spectacularly patronizing style: “What is your life about? What is you on? You really must’ve bumped your head, ‘cause something’s wrong…Girls Rock Too rapper Señor Kaos and NYC’s Punchlyne handle the latter two-thirds of the track, the former taking a more aggressive tack and the latter hitting haters right where it hurts: “You can find my name in your girlfriend’s address book.” Complete with a cartoonish call-and-response hook, this lyrical kiss-off and more can be found on Illuminated Animals when it hits the ‘net on November 23.

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