Whose Verse Killed 'Can I Talk' Ice Prince's, Joell Ortiz's Or M.I Abaga's ?
The Chocolate City rapper's new single aptly called 'Can I talk' features label mate M.I and Slaughterhouse's rap heavyweight Joell Ortiz.
Produced by newbie TMXO, Ice delivers his best verse yet over the moody instrumentation, making deep references to God, Kanye West, Prada and more.
'Lagos looking up to me for everything, my chick be looking up to me for wedding ring/I'm trying to stack it up and be a veteran, I'm David to Goliath and I'ma put it on every sling',
Ice Prince raps about the burden he has to carry with his status.
'AllahuAkbar, now I'm here dawg, my single be getting a world premiere dawg/and that's a bigger reason I should fear God/any rapper coming close to me is just a mere hog', Mr Zamani boasts.
The catchiest line however is 'Yea I know Jesus and Allah, more than I know Yeezus and Prada'. We could go on and on…
Joell Ortiz spits good bars but he's kicked to last place as M.I who's been shooting blanks for a while comes fully loaded reminding us of the short black boy from 2008. Jude Abaga's verse is matured and shows the Loopy boss has aged well, musically.
'I can't leave rap, I gotta do this for heredity/already got prosperity, I'm doing this for legacy', M.I raps.
If you ever thought the Choc Boyz dynasty was over because Jesse Jagz left, think again.
Whose Verse do you think killed 'Can I Talk'. Is it Ice Prince's, Joell Ortiz's Or M.I Abaga's ?
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