It’s been nearly a year since we heard from Chi-town’s A-Cross with his Ghetto Economics, and he now returns with fellow Chicago emcee Deba and producer Noelz Verde for Damn Right.

As Verde’s eerie notes dance and skitter in the background with looming bass that thuds with a demon’s grin, A-Cross discusses the isolation he endured as a child, plagued with a “nothing to lose” attitude and complete disregard for consequences. Early on, he lays it out saying, “Ever since elementary I only had one friend that’s me/ homicidal tendencies, rubber grip my lemon squeeze.” Heavy subject matter and heavy beats, this fucking bangs. Expect more of vivid stories from A-Cross when he drops his new EP this fall.

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