Brooklyn's Red Cafe is still holding steady as an underground rhymer. He makes one for the "niggas trappin' every day" on "The Menu." The part-anthemic, part-gritty track is produced by Jahlil Beats.

"The Menu" finds Red Cafe musing about regular affairs in the hood and ranting a bit on the hook about who's on his target list — or on that figurative menu. Jahlil Beats' instrumental stays steady and repetitive through; it's the latest in a streak of tracks that lacks the fire of his 2012 collaborations with Meek Mill. The club burner is going to have to get found else, apparently.