Yesterday, Tony Yayo shared a freestyle entitled "Southside" that had him going in over a classic Eric B. & Rakim joint, and today he's back with another over a track from the same era. This time tapping Main Source's “Looking At The Front Door” as the landing spot for his bars, Yayo again shows that he would've still been a great rapper had he been born ten to fifteen years earlier.
With artwork that literally depicts the scene Yayo describes in the lyrics ("the feds is at my front door"), this track takes on a more serious tone than most other freestyles.
Got five million buried
Said he'd make a map if the feds ever nail me
You don't know the pain you feel on Riker's Island
State case, after that the feds want him