Consequence and Royce Da 5’9″ Want to Live in an “All Black Neighborhood” on New Song
Consequence and Royce Da 5'9" link up for a fun track titled “All Black Neighborhood,” which sounds like a mix between the Cosby theme song and dope bars. Following Cons' appearance with A Tribe Called Quest and Busta Rhymes at the Grammys, the Chi-town rapper continues his momentum with his new loosie.
“I want my kids to grow up in an all-black neighborhood/Meaning that nobody’s in the red and the paper’s good/Next to doctors, lawyers, the coach for the Hoyas/Maybe stock holders from Goya,” Cons raps.
Royce is always with the bars. He raps, “Old people told me that this is not the place that you should raise your kids/I said when I was a kid, sh–, I was raised here/Black neighborhood, carrying this lady's groceries, I’m walking but watching closely I wish a hater would/Stories get told, looking in the cold empty courts, and torn hanging nets/Where hoop dreams get deflated/Ain’t no place like home, the only place you can go to stay in check.”
The record is a colorful and fun single and equally refreshing. Listen to “All Black Neighborhood” below.
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