J. Cole, J.I.D, Kenny Mason & Sheck Wes Come Out Swinging On “Stick”
Dreamville kick-off “D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape” with “Stick” ft. J. Cole, J.I.D, Kenny Mason, and Sheck Wes.
Cole and co. do not hold back on this project, as evident as the intro track, “Stick.” J. Cole and J.I.D join forces with Sheck Wes and Kenny Mason whose penchant for rock is just as fruitful as his bars over the apocalyptic horns that descend over murderous 808s. Undoubtedly the star of the intro track, he swaps bars with J.I.D, further proving that his strength lies within his versatility.
Sheck Wes verse cranks the energy up even higher but more importantly, sets the stage for J. Cole to prove that there are few rappers who are of his caliber. While he’s still riding high off of the release of the Grammy-nominated The Off-Season, he’s rapping with a chip on his shoulder. It’s in these moments that Cole delivers his most gripping performances.
Check the song below and sound off with your thoughts in the comments.
Let off the whole fuckin’ clip, leave a vacancy (Bah, bah, bah, bah)
I’m ’bout that two with the six, so I’m basically
Reppin’ more shooters than Rich Paul’s agency
They get to clutchin’, you best get to duckin’ like 6’7″ n***as that’s dunkin’ for Oregon
Money so long, if I start in the south and then spread this shit out, it’d be touchin’ like Portland