IDK has been consistently putting in work for a minute, a leader of the new school in his own right. Creative, charismatic, and technically sound, the Maryland-ass rapper has come through with a new banger called "Trigger Happy." The Rascal & Vontae Thomas produced track, which is set to kick off his forthcoming album ISHEREAL, finds the rapper deep in his bag, eager to air a variety of grievances. Conjuring up a heated opening verse, which feels somehow pointed in its vagueness, IDK reflects on an upcoming deal with a censored name. "But keep it real, I'd rather split half of a mil," he raps, "than keep the whole hunnid, so my deal with ----- is coming."
In the second verse, IDK presents an interesting bit of insight, accusing the ever-affable Logic of trying to stop his bag. "Logic and his manager tried to ruin my deal, I guess that's what happens when you tell a n***a who spent his whole career pulling that he's black that he ain't black still," reflects IDK. He proceeds to make it known it's not a diss, already acknowledging that Logic will likely ignore the shots. Still, he's not about to be fazed by any slight, evoking 50 Cent's infamous "Back Down" as an affirmation of brash confidence.
Logic and his manager tried to ruin my deal
I guess that's what happens when you tell a n***a
Who spent his whole career pulling that he's black
That he ain't black still
But when you taking food out my fridge, I ain't gotta chill
And that's for real, this ain't a diss
He won't respond, this ain't a risk
This is me saying none of you bigger artists can cock block shit