Lil Fame Takes ‘Em To Church On A Funeral Freestyle (Audio)

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Lil Fame is more than 20 years deep in making music that speaks to angst, aggression, and abrasive street life. The Brooklyn, New Yorker known for his work with M.O.P. is a close affiliate of Statik Selektah. Fame (a/k/a Fizzy Womack) teamed with Statik’s other 1982 half, Termanology for an entire collaborative work back in 2012.

This time, he hops on the ShowOff producer’s 2013 “Bird’s Eye View” instrumental for a little stained-glass soul. In the moment, Fame says that you cannot call his music or style outdated. In the bars, he says if his style is antiquated, then so is Jay Z and Kanye West, his former Roc-A-Fella Records family members. A valid point from the Louisville Slugger-totin’ microphone menace. On the record, he says he recently got married, but it could be a sucka’s funeral…


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