Spoke in Wordz takes a number of risks on DNA, risks that pay off immensely, particularly on cuts like "Protect Us From Evil," which is the illest song on the project. On the entire album, he employs a flamboyant, island-inspired flow, proving he can rhyme over any production and kick real verses about the science of life. DNA opens with "Sugar Pills," a track in which the MC shares his frustration with the game and all its participants. Spoke shows you what he's made of on this mixtape of warrior anthems and "Don't judge me, I'm just trying to live right" statements. Also check for "Kids Cool," a collaborative posse cut that finds Fresh Breath Committee's Fo Chief turning in a dope verse.
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