If you’re experiencing the South Central blues, the scenario is probably Crips rule everything around me, kill or be killed. Slim The Mobster continues his War Music charge, reporting from the front lines over granite Sha Money XL production. His intention is not to glorify the action but to remind all of its existence. West Coast visionary, Elf Rivera, captures the bleak scenery to outline the hopelessness of Slim’s lyrical imagery.
Take it as a representation for those that didn’t get the chance to make it out. War Music will finish the rest of the story. Stay tuned.