Beats, bars, and cuts on point with this one.
There's a lot of okay rappers making waves with consistent releases, dope production, & solid cosigns and there's definitely nothing wrong with that.
They damn near have the full package.
But some of us crave truth and lyricism on a higher level.
"Real's Back" adds to the notion that you can have a fresh beat, ill cuts, and dope bars on the same track.