Cassidy’s New Song ‘Rap Katt Williams’ References Diddy & Tory Lanez
Cassidy’s New Song’ Rap Katt Williams’ References Diddy & Tory Lanez. Cassidy, the Philly rapper known for his intricate wordplay and electrifying performances, created a song with interesting references. In an unforgettable set, he paid homage to some of the biggest names in the industry, including 50 Cent and G-Unit. With his dynamic delivery and clever references, Cassidy continues to make music that lets us know he is one of the greatest rappers in the game.
Cassidy’s Pays Homage To Wyclef And 50 Cent
Cassidy’s New Song’ Rap Katt Williams’ References Diddy & Tory Lanez.
The Philadelphia rapper Cassidy dropped a new audio that pays homage to some rappers.
On the other hand, Cassidy disses Meek Mill, Diddy, and Tory Lanez.
Although he did not take direct shots at Diddy, he blasted Tory for allegedly stealing bars.
Cassidy wanted to get some things off his chest, so he put them in a song.
At the beginning of the audio, you can hear a conversation with ‘The Fugees’ frontman, Wyclef.
Check out some of the bars on ‘Katt Williams’ song,
“Tory Lanez stole some bars that was actually mine/ Now he behind bars that’s an actual sign/ That committing robbery is an actual crime/ And I literally inspire all these rappers who rhyme/ Rappers acting real till they facing actual time/ And on God, rat singing like a chapter from Psalms.”
Perhaps it was Cassidy’s way of giving props to the Katt Williams interview with Shannon Sharp.
He skillfully weaved in references to hip-hop icons, leaving his listeners in awe.
Cassidy- Rap Katt Williams
He showcases his lyrical prowess and ability to spit out bars in a way that points out his skills.
Another memorable moment in the song was his reference to 50 Cent and G-Unit, as stated by Hip Hop DX.
Sounds like Cassidy would like to work with Fifty and his former crew.
Cassidy cleverly weaved through the song, struck in a clever play on words.
Cassidy demonstrates his versatility as an artist and stays relevant.
Please tell us what you think. Is Cassidy’s new song a hit or miss?