Spenzo is not someone you would describe as "considered." Id personified, the Chicago upstart has quickly made a name for himself as a skull-rattling, ad-libbed-out harbinger of the turn up. On "Choppa City," he teams up with Atlanta's Bloody Jay to put people on dance floors and milk cartons, probably in that order. Over what sounds like an inversion of Young Thug's "Danny Glover" (both beats come courtesy of the Lex Luger-helmed 808 Mafia), Spenzo reminds that he is the last word in menacing wailing and denim vests.

Listen to "Choppa City" below, and be on the lookout for Ahead Of My Time.