When it comes to this rap shit, Ransom should be considered a top tier emcee. Even if he doesn’t get the recognition he deserves, the Jersey spitter has refused to let his pen dull and has consistently delivered quality bars throughout the years.
It’s been no different in 2017. After dropping The Greatest Rapper Alive on Biggie’s birthday (March 9), Ransom went on to body a pair of tracks from Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg. And yesterday (Nov. 10), he honored another legend, releasing an EP on what would’ve been Big Pun’s 46th year on Earth.
Sitting at eight tracks, Ransom looks to combat racism with his 1% EP, featuring contributions from Freddie Gibbs, 3D Na’Tee, J.R. and Marcus Samuels.