With DJ Drama’s Quality Street Music 2 out next week, we’re hit with arguably the most-anticipated song from the upcoming 10-track offering.
After “Wishing” with Chris Brown, Skeme and LyQuin, and sharing the bonus-cut “Boyz In The Hood” with Meek Mill, Pusha T and Ty Dolla $ign, Drama is out to catch a “Body For My Zipcode” with Freddie Gibbs, Dave East, and Compton’s Young Life.
Both Gibbs and Life do their thing, but it’s East that steals the show.
I ain’t from south central, nigga I’m a menace/
Get up out the car homie, handle business/
I give my youngin’ $500 to handle witness/
I find out you hiding out? Your man’ll get it/
Catch a body for my neighborhood/
I got a ratchet with the numbers scratched off, plus I aim for good/
I had the kush out in Ravenswood/
Back in Harlem, had the sour if you talkin’ better make it good/
Better make it quick, I’m with a Jamaican bitch/
Black and grey Raider fit, drugs you can take your pick/
This ain’t for your Instagram, don’t take a pic/
I was tryna take some grams, flip it all, make me rich/
When I get around this money, it make me itch/
Finger fuckin’ my nina, I’ll make you take a shit/
Got a bag where your stomach used to be/
And I ain’t talkin’ Billboard but my youngin’s makin’ hits/
Prolly run up in your crib for the safe box/
Don’t forget that combination when the pressure on/
Sweat drippin’ on the chrome .45/
And your life if a nigga breath wrong/
And I hate cops!
Press play on the League Of Starz-produced “Body For My Zipcode” below, and pre-order Drama’s Quality Street Music 2 on iTunes before its July 22nd release.
“Body For My Zipcode”
Drama also shared a snippet of the Lil Wayne-assisted intro as well…