By Ezra Marcus
The beat is classic Dipset-era aggression, all car-door slam and boxing ring bell-esque sounds.
The newcomer Pryme holds his own, but this round goes to the heavyweights: French drops bars with his trademark charismatic laziness, while Jada goes straight for the neck.
“They On It,” released today (Aug. 7), is the sonic representation of every dude who’s ever knocked a beer out of your hand for no reason or hollered at your girl outside a bodega.
Take it as an excuse to go to your horrible boss’s house, ring the doorbell, dump his trash can all over his head, and swerve off yelling the chorus: “Damn It feels good to see people up on it.” This is bad-decision music, pure and simple.