Flash E Williams Raps on a Soulful Beat for “Grand Marnier”

In a few words, this one sounds like a Curren$y beat. In other words, there’s a distinct mix lyrically between Spitta and a punchline-heavy rapper. Think Juelz or anyone from Dipset—in my opinion, of course. Nevertheless, the song is great.

Over soulful production from The LetterL, Flash E raps about the contradictions of religion while also showcasing why his area is one where “RocNation ain’t a rap label.” It’s gritty, lyrical assault on the beat as Williams asks his preacher to turn the water into Grand Marnier. That one line sticks out to me the most because the brother is, to me, saying that men of the cloth are simply just men. These men are those who have a bit of self-importance attached. In other words, try as they might, they’re not God in the slightest. This is definitely a solid introduction to me from the artist, so you know what to do.

Check out the track and remember to support dope music in all its forms.

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