"Free Greedo" is inherently the rally cry for 03 Greedo's baseless incarceration. The imprisoned rapper many Californians consider(ed) a mentor appears on yet another song after changing address for a Texas penal colony. Mozzy's take on the situation, kind of exonerates individuals like Greedo and himself for running into trouble, because value systems are rarely born overnight, and in his words, "They ain't teach me about no taxes, we ain't used to money."
The record ends on a curious note, with Greedo's raspy monologue teasing the eternal springtime. Also worth noting, Mozzy channels serious conviction like he normally does, it's his bread and butter. The "Free Greedo" Movement isn't solely a cause worth fighting because of Greedo's musical legacy. To think lawmakers were considering a life sentence for his trafficking seems a bit draconian, but admittedly we don't know all the details.
The streets and I love them back
Lost a fade to the homie told him run it back
Lost a fade to a sucka and tried to kill him for it
Another unreleased album need a million for it
I been a boy before rapping they was rooting for me
The love and loyalty inspired the click to shoot it for me
When it comes to this type of money I'm new to money
They ain't teach me about no taxes, we ain't used to money.