Havoc ft. Royce Da 5’9” - Tell Me to My Face

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Got something bad to say about Havoc? On his latest solo single, the Queensbridge mainstay makes a suggestion to perpetrating haters and self-proclaimed killers who would presume to cast judgment on his hustle: “Grow some balls and Tell Me to My Face.” Backed by his and co-producer FMG‘s thundering street boardwork, the Mobb Deep member delivers bars designed to intimidate his enemies into silence, and Slaughterhouse spitter Royce Da 5’9” turns in a similarly formidable performance on the guest tip. Havoc’s 13 LP is scheduled to drop in the near future via Nature Sounds. In the meantime, keep your browsers locked for more fresh song releases off the forthcoming set.

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