The Underachievers Are the Suppliers for New Song “Packs”
The Underachievers are back with a new track titled "Packs," which is produced by YDNA. The hazy, drug-themed loosie is a high-energy record that finds Issa Gold and AK The Savior rapping about supplying their clientele with anything they need.
"Backseat, riding with the trays, rock bottom/That'll turn that nigga to a ghost/Ain't no love in my city, straight drugs in my city/Niggas walk around this shit, no hope/Gotta keep the gang here with me, anything hold fifty," Issa Gold.
AK comes in for the second verse. He raps, "Call me the pack-tifist, smoke hella weed/Travel all through the atlas and planting my seeds/Grew to a money tree, as it should be/Got some young niggas gunning while on LSD/They want my hundreds, start hitting the bitch/When I open like auras, she thought I was cute."
UA are going on tour this Friday (Oct. 6) starting in Milwaukee. They released their Renaissance album this past May. The 15-track LP featured two guest appearances by Mello on tracks “Saint Paul” and “Break the System.” The album also has production credits from Tedd Boyd, Ronny J, Roper Williams, 2401 and more.
New Music Releases for October 2017