Richmond's Own Radio B Speaks On How We're In "Rare Form"
Several days ago, Radio B released his track Rare Form produced by Richmond artist Skinnyy Hendrixx who have been featured on HennyNCoke several times. The theme of the track reflects on the impact of the late and great Nipsey Hussle. Radio B starts the track with saying “A sucka took Nip, but couldn’t suck up his energy. I felt his tweet about strong enemies, but that wasn’t one. Real [men] leave real legacies, we ain’t one and done, I hope you see where I’m coming from…”. Those opening lines paints the impact of Nipsey’s time on Earth and he’s hoping the listener gets the message that Lil Wayne first said in a lyric on his track, I’m Not Human, “And we don't die, we multiply“ and recycled by Lil Uzi Vert on How To Talk, “Real ones can't die, only multiply…”. Radio B also discusses how one should move with virtue and be self-sufficient with following your passion to curate an everlasting influence while overcoming adversity as a black man in an impure political state. He also preaches on how at this time, the people who’s striving to make those changes regardless of adversity are in rare form because the people who are prepared for the blessings are also prepared for the storms that come before the serenity of those blessings. You can stream the track below on Spotify and all other streaming platforms.