Listen To Black Soprano Family On ‘In Love With The Streets’
Black Soprano Family In Love With The Streets: Despite the fact that Westside Gunn and Conway have become the two most eminent members of Griselda Records, Benny The Butcher is officially establishing himself as a chief and top-level rapper in his own right. This week, he discharged the hotly anticipated BSF Gangsta Grillz mixtape, Benny The Butcher x Gangsta Grillz Presents Black Soprano Family. In spite of the fact that Benny shows up, the undertaking is all the more so a stage to introduce other members of the collective.
Heem and Jonesy have a few stand-apart minutes on the task yet together, they join powers on “In Love With The Streets.” A barometrical vocal sample kicks in at the top as Heem and Jonesy paint a distinctive depiction of the streets of Buffalo, NY. Heem kicks things off with militance as he subtleties street fights.
“It’s been one of my dreams to do a label deal and put my homies in position to win. I want to expose the talent from my area and I want to expose the world to the talent they may not have heard unless I bring it to you,” Benny said in a statement concerning the project.
Listen to ‘In Love With The Streets’ below.
I been on the stoop in Timberland boots
Frontline with my rifle like a militant troop
They tell me chill but fuck that, I’m ready to shoot
I was young Biggie Smalls, made ’em gimme the loot
Cousin’ crippin’, uncle blood, and the Gs showed me love
Know a couple Latin Kings that’ll fill you with some slugs