Brisco ft. Joe Budden - Step Back

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Brisco
Producer:
J. Venom
Album:
Unreleased

In the past, Brisco‘s exhibited a taste for beef, most notably with former Poe Boy Ent. labelmate Jacki-O (because of her comments about the label) and Yung Berg (because of his comments about Brisco’s album being “pushed back like Flo Rida‘s hairline”).  Over a beat by the aptly-named J. Venom, the emcee goes all-out, warning all who would oppose him to Step Back and describing the gruesome consequences that await those who fail to do so.  For those who want more method to the madness, Joe Budden brings a little lyricism to the record’s goonplay.  From the business side, Budden has another advantage over Brisco: while his long-awaited sophomore album, Padded Room, will finally be released on February 24, there is no release date in sight for Brisco’s debut album, Street Medicine.

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