While R-Mean may have put his "R-Mean Mondays" freestyle series on hiatus, he still making his presence known with his feature on Toronto producer RAH Sound's new single, "Real Sticky". The song also features Joell Ortiz and Termanology, with hook duties being fulfilled by another Toronto native, Rochester.
Since this is RAH Sound's song, the beat better be at the forefront of the song, and thankfully that is the case. The production uses old-school boom-bap rhythms with the triumphant accompaniment of a booming horn section, encouraging each rapper to go their hardest, and that's exactly what they do.
Each verse has their respective MC's tell a tale of the sticky situations they had to overcome before they could make it in the rap game, including dodging bullets and dealing with inner demons. Check out the song and let us know what you think.