BBAS' F. Virtue drops off visuals for "Anita Bryant" which can be heard in it's entirety on his album, We Are Not the Shame. In the song, Virtue talks about recently coming out of the closet and dealing with being gay in a straight rap culture.
"I'm talking about Dwight Howard’s rookie year when he got baptized. You remember... Kobe BODIED him!"
Meanwhile, I can't even recite a verse from my favorite song.
Head back to the bando.
Produced by the Snowgoons.
Another clip off Dolph's new album, King of Memphis.