Aminé stopped by Power 106 in Los Angeles to hook up with the L.A. Leakers. While there, he dropped an ill freestyle over Clipse’s “Momma I’m So Sorry” beat.
The Portland, Ore. rapper catches wreck over the unorthodox Neptunes production. “Black man, self-made, I don’t need your pity, hoe/If you call me nigga I might pull up at your rodeo,” he raps. “Living Black excellence, my pockets looking Terrio/Only time I’m seeing bars is when I watch his video/Skrrt on a nigga, if he skrrt on me/If her skirt big enough she can skrrt on me.”
The freestyle is short but covers plenty of ground, as Aminé touches on a range of topics from trap drums seeping into pop music to eating Tide Pods to homophobia to Donald Trump. His album, Good For You, was recently certified Gold.
Aminé has over 300 million streams and counting, so expect him to be around for awhile.