Young middle class citizens are well known for spending money frivolously. Kembe is suggesting that maybe they don’t deserve homes for their lack of good judgement… dumb niggas.
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Mockery of Lil Wayne’s constant “Lifes a bitch _” and “Fuck the world” lines, which are of abundance on his most recent studio album, The Carter 4.
Continuing the last line, he responds to adversity not with fear but with fire. Fire tracks!
Kembe is under pressure to perform. As one of the youngest MC’s out, he stands out from other rappers, so people in the industry try to coax him into deals that may not suit his best interest.
He’s killing the negative stereotypes and stigma associated with African American youth, although he still hasn’t completely abandoned the ways of his peers.
Kembe and people like him have a wearing effect on those who disagree with their beliefs.
His Life Is A Nightmare And He Has Quarter Pound of Marijuana To Cope With His Problems.
Even X’s newest fans can see that Kembe’s had great potential all along, just from listening to his oldest work.
Since showing noticeable growth and maturity, the rapper can see that he’s elevating as an artist and as a person.
Outro to Kembe X’s “Self Rule” mixtape. Spoken by his manager, and co-founder of Ambition Chicago, Genesis Denton.