Apathy - Word To The 23rd (Freestyle)

Posted 5 years ago
Tags: Apathy
Producer:
Havoc, DJ Muggs
Album:
None

Give this dude a beat and watch him spill out a verse (or two) that will drop your jaw and leave you wishing August 23 was tomorrow. On his new Word to the 23rd (Freestyle) Connecticut’s own Apathy attacks the Mobb Deep/Havoc produced Eye for An Eye and House of Pain/DJ Muggs produced Put Ya Head Out instrumentals like a bear in the wild (allegedly, of course). There’s a hunger in Apathy’s rhyme scheme that almost seems unfair, as he devours the two beats on the freestyle with his incredible word play. Apathy leaves little doubt that he’s a force to be reckoned with leading up to his Honkey Kong release. Can’t wait. Word to the 23rd (of August that is).

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