R-Mean's hasn't missed one Monday yet this year. He's been unleashing a new single at the top of every week to make sure Mondays are a bit more tolerable than usual. His "Mean Mondays" series hasn't disappointed yet. There's only a few more installments left in his weekly series. Today, he delivers the DB Bantino assisted banger, "Tsunami."
R-Mean continues to prove that his versatility is his best strength. The rapper has dabbled into the majority of hip hop's subgenres during his career. However, he doesn't allow that to compromise his lyrical prowess. "Tsunami" is another testament to his abilities. The song has a much more trap inspired vibe to it. It's a joint that veers from his more serious content. He grabs DB Bantino's auto-tuned vocals to drip over the hook. "Tsunami" is a flex worthy anthem that's much more appropriate for a club vibe. Bantino plays on the word "Tsunami" while talking about bottle service, diamonds and cars. R-Mean's delivered some pretty introspective joints in the past for his "Mean Monday" series but with this one, he's clearly just looking to have a bit of fun. The production on the track was handled by Joe Joe Beats. His most recent notable work was on Dave East's Paranoia: A True Story EP where he produced four out of the 13 tracks on the project including "The Hated" ft. Nas and "My Dirty Little Secret."
With only 10 more weeks left in the year, it'll be interesting to see what R-Mean delivers next. Last week, he came through with a Wu-Tang Clan collaboration on "G'd Up" along with Mzee Jones. The week before that, he got personal on his song "Rain" which sampled an oldie from Jose Feliciano. Let's see what he gets up to next week.
I smoke too much weed, get too much ass
Y'all sip too much lean and pop too many xans
That's a fact