ShaqIsDope Gets Aggressive on “Falling (Freestyle)”
Before ShaqIsDope drops his self-titled project, the Toronto MC lets loose another single. "Falling (Freestyle)" finds the spitter rapping aggressively over Kur and Dave East's "Fallen" instrumental from their collaborative project, Born Broke, Die Rich.
On the new track, SID raps about the beauty behind the struggle. "Let's talk love, it's everything that I'm missing/Women are everywhere but listening chemistry isn't/I'm starting to live my thing, look at everything I was risking/I've been depressed, like I should run away and go missing," he raps.
"Falling (Freestyle)" follows up Shaq's “Falls Down,” a street record, produced by Jay 808, which found him letting off some steam while exclaiming that he’s the best rapper in Toronto.
ShaqIsDope previously released “Owe Me” and “For the Streets” to promote his ShaqIsDope EP. We spoke to ShaqIsDope this past summer and he discussed his goals in music. “To be the next Canadian to make an impact in the United States, to be up there with Kendrick, J. Cole, Drake. One day I want to be right next to them or even bigger,” he said.
Bump "Falling (Freestyle)" above.
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