Smoke DZA, Jayy Grams, Nym Lo, 183rd, and OT The Real drop ‘R.F.C. Money Is The Motive’ project
The project includes assists from Conway, Cory Gunz, and more.
Smoke DZA, Jayy Grams, Nym Lo, 183rd, and OT The Real recently connected for their brand new nine-track collaborative album R.F.C. Money Is The Motive. On one of the stand out cuts, the Conway The Machine-assisted “Lavish,” listeners are greeted with braggadocious bars on bars:
We livin’ lavish, rockin’ lavish, you n***as been rapping for years and still ain’t been established.
Painting houses like I’m Fred Sheeran, Play piñata with your melon. You and your dude, send your homie on an errand. We more felon, you more Ellen.
The new project also boasts appearances from names like Steven Young, Cory Gunz, and Numbers. Most recently, Smoke DZA can be heard on the new track “The Hurt Business” alongside Westside Gunn and Wale from the CONFLICTED official motion picture soundtrack.
Smoke DZA stopped by for an episode of Drink Champs alongside Hovain, where he dropped some gems about a variety of topics, including the influence of Big L:
“To somebody like me that was born in the era of Big L and studying rap patterns, and studying Big L himself, he is Mt. Rushmore,” DZA says. “It’s certain young kids like my artist Jayy Grams that actually is meticulous to certain rap music and studying patterns and watching battle rap and doing different shit to sharpen his sword. Studying somebody like Big L would work for him ‘cause metaphorically, how he set up his bars, structure, the type of beats he rapped on — for someone that caters to lyrics — like Benny the Butcher, that is shit that kids could take. That’s nutrients and vitamins.”
Be sure to check out the new R.F.C. Money Is The Motive collaborative project by Smoke DZA, Jayy Grams, Nym Lo, 183rd, and OT The Real down below.