While on Revolt TV during Sway Calloway’s Doomsday Cypher, the Armenian Rapper, R-Mean announced he would release a new record for #MeanMonday every Monday for 52 weeks. This is the 10th of 52 releases! R-Mean kicks off the month of March with a brand new freestyle dubbed “Ain’t No Biggie,” paying homage to the late great Biggie Smalls during the week of the 20th anniversary of his death. On March 9th, rap fans across the globe will honor the 20th anniversary of The Notorious B.I.G.‘s death. The rapper hops on the super star’s classic “Kick In the Door” track and does it justice with a millennial twist.
R-Mean showcases his fire pen game with lyrics like:
“I dropped a tribute tape to Esco & Shady and had the net goin crazy, some balls to hop on that Renegade beat, never mediocre on them classic beats, R Dash is a savage beast. Yeah, but this for B.I., been 20 years, nobody greater, wish we could hear you on Drinkchamps with Noreaga, wish we could hear your opinion on rappers like Yachty and not the other way…”
R-Mean criticizes new rappers who don’t know Biggie and wishes Frank White was here to comment on their bars. He says nobody has come close to replicating the late Brooklyn rapper’s genius. And though he killed the track, he humbly acknowledges that he himself is no Biggie. Listen to “Ain’t No Biggie (Kick In The Door Freestyle)” below and tell us what you think.
52 weeks is a long time, we’re interested in what this guy has in the chamber. Stay tuned on RESPECT. for the updates.
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