Currently, Young Roddy is said to be putting the finishing touches on his forthcoming body of work Never Question God — a project that’s already spawned the Conway The Machine-assisted “Out The Hood.” Last week, the New Orleans rhymer added to that with the Iceberg Black-produced “Amen,” a hard-hitting collaboration alongside Killer Mike that sees the two lyrical talents getting real about living the so-called fast life:
“It’s love, always, mane, sipping on lean, dressing supreme, pills making money but coke is the king, I get a high, excitement in running, I keep a eye, indictments is coming, I might be smiling, ain’t nothing funny, I got the prop, fucking my money, business is business and bullshit is bullshit, and you nigga’s missing too much, yea, telling you listen and please pay attention ’cause these niggas snitching too much, the game is the same, naw, game is the same, …”
Via press release, Roddy further explained the track, as well as what it means to work alongside his Atlanta counterpart:
“This track is meant to motivate people to succeed for themselves, their families, and their teams at the highest level. Having Killer Mike on the track is next level. He’s a legend in my eyes because he stands for something that’s bigger than music. I respect that to the fullest.”
Mere months ago, Roddy liberated the well-received EP God Family Money, which contained seven tracks and contributions from Jamaal, Smoke DZA, and longtime Jet Life collaborator Curren$y. Prior to that, Roddy, Curren$y, and Trademark Da Skydiver joined forces on the 12-song Plan Of Attack in 2019. Roddy‘s latest official solo effort, Face The World, made landfall a year prior.
Press play on Young Roddy and Killer Mike‘s “Amen.” Never Question God is expected to arrive in February.