Upon laying the foundation using three of his basses, Watt sent the beat to Premier, who added his signature drums and scratches. As he explains in an official statement (shared by Pitchfork), Primo "deemed it worthy enough to send to the one and only, Westside Gunn." Speaking of which, the Griselda visionary's presence is all over this one, and by now he's made a welcome habit of gliding over Premier production. Though he doesn't always get the credit he deserves as an emcee, few rappers come close to Gunn's charisma, nor can they rival his unique penchant for high-fashion brutality.
"Fiends drooling and scratching, Mac 10 action," he raps. "Wait till Sunday, catch you coming out church lacking." In addition to having a stacked roster on deck, "The Narcissist" also comes equipped with an animated video hand-drawn by Jim Warren, who spent five months bringing the visuals to life. Check it out now, and sound off in the comments below.
Fiends drooling and scratching, Mac 10 action
Wait till Sunday, catch you coming out church lacking
Who you pray to? Out the CLS, shout to K Smooth
The ambulance playing the same tune, I can't lose