"Can you name me five brothers, not three, not four, in the rap game today, that can fuck with Family Bvsiness lyrically?" asks KXNG Crooked, on the extensive "Goat Stew." Crook, Kenny, Demetrius, Julius, and Dice seem more than willing to make their case throughout the introductory Grand Opening, and if you come seeking bars, rest assured they are stored in ample volume. With a golden-era vibe and a welcome level of modern sonic sensibilities (as witnessed on closer "Woke Shit") the EP serves as an intriguing dose of the group's potential.
Be sure to catch our extensive interview with KXNG Crooked right here. Having spoken with him, it's evident that Crook's passion for the art of rap has only intensified, and now that he's reached "OG" status, he has put in all the requisite work to ensure his crewmates can carry the torch. Salute to Family Bvsiness for proving that lyricism and content do not have to be mutually exclusive.