Spoda “Talk” prod. by Wavy Da Ghawd

The Long Island spitter hits us with his fiery street flow on “Talk.” Wavy sets Spoda up with a bouncing bass groove, subtle percussion and repetitive guitar loop. Spoda lays down his tough “talk” on this joint, rhyming:

“It’s time to eat, where’s my dinner plate?

The energy that they give me, I reciprocate.

I don’t do the fake, if you a snake then I gotta snip you..”

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