Ab-Soul just dropped his first single in two years, “Huey Knew” featuring Da$h.
The four minute track kicks off with a ode to the Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme song. Except the TDE member remixes the classic tune over a Willie B beat.
“This is a story all about how / My life got flipped, turned upside down / And if you roll another blunt and keep your mouth shut / I’ll tell you how I became the wicked nigga they call Young Mind F—,’ he raps.
In the rest of the track, Ab-Soul “blacks out” and relays how he hopes that he’s in Obama’s playlist (like his fellow TDE member, Kendrick Lamar).
“I hope I’m in Obama’s iPod / Yeah, ‘fore I had a desktop / Was looking for a shortcut to be an icon / But this time it’s for the money my n—-,” he raps before Da$h steps in with his featured spot.
“Young, no shame, Kurt Cobain, bastard son / With a gun in palm, money, p—-, crime sitting on my mind / No emotion, orange bottles how I deal with mine / Cracking bannies, only time a n—- cross the line / Wrong hand signs’ll turn a function to Columbine / Yeah, So, B.o.B’s top gunner / Front runner, never die clique, the thing you are not brother,” raps Da$h.
Prior to “Huey Knew,” Ab-Soul lent his skill set to Danny Brown’s “Really Doe” and the Black Hippy remix of ScHoolboy Q’s “THat Part.”
Check out the track below and let us know what you think in the comments below.
Listen to Ab-Soul’s “Huey Knew” Feat. Da$h
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