Uncle Murda Drops ‘Rap Up 2020’
Written by B87FM on January 1, 2021
It’s a wrap on 2020.
On the ultimate day of the 12 months, Uncle Murda delivered his annual “Rap Up,” recapping the occasions from what many contemplate the worst 12 months ever. On the almost 14-minute monitor, produced by Nice John, he displays on the tumultuous instances.
“2020 been a tragic 12 months / Wasn’t even gonna do that / However I figured y’all wanted me after every part that been happening,” he says on the intro.
Over a pattern of Alicia Myers’ “I Need to Thank You,” he begins with Kobe Bryant’s tragic loss of life in January and shares his personal conspiracy theories surrounding the pandemic and the vaccine. “Entire coronavirus sh*t really feel like a cash seize / They tryna receives a commission / Virus is man-made,” raps Murda.
He pays tribute to these we misplaced this 12 months together with Andre Harrell, Fred the Godson, and Pop Smoke. “The nice die younger / It actually wasn’t his time / Him being lifeless / Tekashi nonetheless dwelling is a criminal offense,” he says of the Brooklyn MC.
He additionally addresses the Tory Lanez and Megan Thee Stallion taking pictures (“If he actually did shoot her, that was some lame shit / She snitchin’ now, however she a lady so it ain’t the identical shit”) and the connection drama of Cardi B and Offset and Dr. Dre and his spouse.
The beat switches as much as Luther Vandross’ “By no means Too A lot” as he brings up Jeezy and Gucci Mane’s contentious Verzuz battle, and the Black lives misplaced together with Breonna Taylor and George Floyd. He then turns his consideration to the presidential election, R. Kelly, Kanye West, and Cardi B’s “WAP.”
On the finish, he declares that this shall be his final “Rap Up” ever. “F**okay 2020, I’m carried out, it’s a wrap / I ain’t doing this shit no extra, that is my final 12 months,” he says.
Together with “Rap Up 2020,” Uncle Murda dropped his new venture Don’t Come Outdoors, Vol. 3 that includes appearances from Benny the Butcher and Lil Tjay.