"People complain that pro athletes make a lot of money" said Patrick Ewing, "but what they don't understand is that we need a lot of money because we spend a lot of money," he concludes. The quote may be attributed to the world of sports, but the crossover to the music industry isn't a long shot.
While there's nothing wrong with getting together with the homies and spitting a few bars, Long Island's Typ-iLL understands that in order to be successful in the rap game, you need to treat your talents like a business. But with the money comes the problems that can arise from becoming successful; bitter people who ride your coattails for a chance to make it big and use you as a stepping stone for your own agenda.
"100 Dollar Bill" has Typ-iLL getting his Scarface on--starting from a humble beginning to envisioning his future empire and the steps he'll take in order to own the world. Over a crisp, head nodding beat from Sick Luke, iLL drops a series of hardbody bars that'll get you motivated to get on your grind.
For more banging boom bap joints, peep iLL's 'Turning Point' EP, which is now available here on VannDigital.com!!!