Washington Heights-based artist, INeedARaze has been absolutely killing it lately with his steady stream of singles, which now includes the equally raw and harmonious “Belly of the Beast”, produced by frequent collaborator Rusty Mack of Harry Fraud’s SRFSCHL.
The track follows the recent release of his stoner anthem, “Double Dutch“, which fittingly arrived on April 20. But backed by Mack’s melodic instrumental on “Belly of the Beast”, Raze takes a few tokes to level his head before delivering some tough rhymes about overcoming everything trying to break his spirit. He realizes that the reaper may be coming for him at any moment, but he’s not afraid—and he’s going to get what’s his while he still can.
At its core, “Belly of the Beast” is about triumphing over what adversity life may throw your way, and not letting any bullsh*t slow you down. But you also have to make sure to look damn good while doing so, of course. As Raze spits on the second verse, “My soul is in my lyrics/ Give a f*ck how I dress/ Nah that’s a lie, I can’t help but be fresh.”
“Belly of the Beast” is now available for stream via SoundCloud, and can be download au-gratis, courtesy of HYPEDDIT—enjoy!