I know a lot of rappers in Chicago. So I am always excited to get pitched music. Especially when it’s not the bubblegum “rap” that regulates the music airwaves. I am also always surprised that most Chicago rappers agree on a common theme: “I’m celibate but the dj keeps f*cking me.” Vulgar? Yes, but only because some talented underground rappers don’t feel the same type of love that some (that shall remain nameless) untalented rappers feel. In Chicago it seems to be about selling the image and not necessarily the music, and that’s why rappers like D.Son create songs like, “Bringin’ Real Back”.
That’s what this song is about. It’s about the talent that is smack dab in your face. Look no further than Chicago’s own streets for lyrical beast willing to go there. Ready to tell the “cool kids” that their opinions are no longer valid or necessary. D.Son flows smoothly without a hook to get his point across. This song gives life to what Chicago’s underground and mainstream market needs.