FRED DA GODSON. #BRONXSTANDUP!!!!
Now this is Fredericko. This is TBM, Talkin Bout Money. This is Fred DA MOTHERFUCKING GODSON. It don't get no better. Fred, another rapper left off Kendrick Lamar's long list of possible challengers, posted his response just a little while ago. We don't even want to write about what he said, but you all need to be broken down.
With that DON flow, mixed with that voice that just screams, "oh this New York nigga". "Sonny lost a finger then this little niggas ears can go", mixed with seriousness and comedy clearly taking shots at the way the nigga Kendrick Lamar was born like. He constantly refers back to what he is really living, reminding Mr. Lamar prior to any rebuttal he must remember Fred DA GODSON "TBM willing to ride/this is verbal murder I know Im killin your vibe". For outsiders who don't know what TBM is, just ask us how many people FRED DA GODSON brought through a show at Webster Hall in NYC back in June. "You got Snoop/We got jay/We got Nas/You got Dre/But you the king of everything?". is expressing his feelings as any hip hop fan from the 90's would. When you were from Queens you would name Nas and Mobb Deep, if you were from BK you screaming Biggie and Jay, Da Bronx Big Pun and Lord Tariq, and so on and so on. That part of the song is the familiar tit for tat New Yorkers thrive on and are not afraid to argue.
This is hip hop. Start a topic and don't stop. New York is known to keep things going for a long time, ask Reggie Miller, but its all love. Well, not for FRED DA GODSON. Fred will respond back to anything Kendrick has to say and on this one, Kendrick better come heavy or not at all. #TBM is kind of deep, s/o to Mally Stackz and I be seeing his videos.
Its not over yet, 3 more boroughs still got to respond, or did Kendrick think Chinatown was the border for NY. Don't let Santos fool you.
Are we bias? Are we just putting this up because we support the
artist known as Rich P? Are we writing this because we have been telling you for
the past three years this kid is just getting better with time? Are we writing
this just because we know him? Perhaps. Do you really care as to why though? Do
you not want to see what we are making all the fuss about? Lets be completely
clear... The original version of "New Slaves" was eehhhhh from an entertainment
point of view. Now if we are talking about a record that finally talks about
something, we must give it a 9.5 on content alone. For Kanye West to
deliver such a prolific, controversial record in this fickle world we call 2013
is a move only made by leaders. For Rich P to follow up with his own
version is so much more daring. Why? He is not Kanye West. His baby mama
is not Kim Kardashian. He did not get a lambo for his birthday. Jay-Z did not
scold him by recording a song called D.O.A.. Rich P does not nearly have
the fan base of Kanye West, but he has the attitude, persona, delivery, vocals,
bars, talent, and EGO
to pull it off. Rich P is rapping from a place of where he is right now.
No embellished stories of wild orgies in Cannes, France like we hear some
unsigned talent rap about. This is uniquely about what he has personally
witnessed and survived and admitting how he must not get caught up in the hype.
Kanye West amazing career has afforded him to witness things that he
himself didnt even know he would while he was writing Jesus Walks many years
ago. Well you be the judge. Music is the one place you can judge without being
called a hater. Well that was until twitter and instagram was
If there is news out there believe the scoop will be here.