Source: Mass Appeal

“If you ain’t really mean it why you say it then?” Bodega Bamz queries on this ferocious verse. “I’m here to make ends, not make amends.” The Spanish Harlem spitter who just dropped ’P.A.P.I.’—the strongest album of his career—pulled up to MASS APPEAL HQ yesterday and blessed us with an acapella exclusive. Recounting his come-up, the man who kicked off the Tanboys movement separates himself from “Now or later” rappers with bars like: “Thirteen saw my first bag on the corner / fourteen really out saw somebody murdered...” Press play without delay.