"Care To Say About It" is a new track from the Rapture soundtrack, but it's definitely album-quality material. The hookless track is made up of two thrilling verses from T.I. and Rapsody, who have enough chemistry that its a crime they haven't worked together more often. In Tip's verse, he explains how life gets no less complicated once he made it to bigger things: Smoking weed trappin’ standing under the lamp post / For real all a n***a ever done / Was come up on a bag turn around and get another one / Then how I came up on a bunch of money / And a bunch of motherfuckers tryna find a way to get it from me." Rapsody also reflects on her humble beginnings in her verse, rapping, And my old whip, that old shit, the 95 / I use to 9 to 5 with back in 99 / I had a real job fool I could legally drive / Return pushin’ a kickass ride / Bustin’ rhymes, I bust around, bustin’ 9s / Y’all doin’ that y’all is wild / Tell ya child they ain’t gotta walk or run the mile / We ran the course so y’all can stop." Here's hoping we get more from these two in the future.
Listen to the full soundtrack here.
Care bout love, care bout God
Carry the cross don’t get carried away
Over character flaws
Motherfuckers they don’t care bout us
Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, Mike Tyson
I punch ‘em out
Motherfucker what happened here
TIP, RAP kill it
How the fuck you feelin’