New York Rapper LC The General Has A Lot To Say
July 29, 2014
Hailing from the dark streets of New York comes an aggressive, yet versatile rapper ready to change the game. Following up Hip-Hop's trend of gritty, ominous music, rapper LC the General is the latest representative from the Bronx to lead the voice of the youth and have a chokehold in the trap. His latest effort "Terry Crews" is a bass-banging, high-octane beat with a music video to match his hood persona of life in the fast lane through the mean streets of New York City.
LC the General shares a lot in common with popular artists in today's Hip-Hop scene including the infamous Chicago rapper Chief Kief, and down south rapper Rich Homie Quan. Yet LC the General brings his uptown swagger to the game and uniquely uses his voice to throw key ad-libs and emphasize his exceptionally crafted punch lines for the genre. At first glance, he may fit the bill of a trap superstar, but listen closely and his vile and aggressive style perfectly accompanies his rhymes and flow.
The rapper's newest release "Terry Crews" is a perfect example showcasing his brazen skill on the mic. The bravado he exhibits, coupled with his rhymes are blow after blow of hardcore lyricism that could surely strike fear to his opposition. The music video that complements the song "Terry Crews" is a modern day gangster "film noire" that shines light to a violent aspect of street life for LC the General. Using references to other malicious acts, as well as boasting about his ego, LC the General's "Terry Crews" is an ode to his impact in the game both on and off Hip-Hop's court.
LC the General is a force to be reckoned with, and with his power-thirsty mentality and sharp lyricism, the up-and-coming rapper could see future success in Hip-Hop. With grimy production and seamlessly slithery talent, the adaptable albeit hard rapper can be the next voice bumping from your speakers and preach the life that only few dare to embrace and rap about.
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