Los Angeles, California - USA
Hundred round drum will hit your back, that's a matter fact on Ruthless (freestyle) with the devious John X Smith and his partner in musical crime Pseudo Black.
Painting the sky dark red while lyrically murdering every rapper and their son, John X Smith loads the chamber only to spray multiple rounds of fatal bars with the quickness alongside the deadly Pseudo Black.
It's a straight-up Hip Hop massacre and man, is it lethal.
Ruthless (freestyle) emanates blacked-out Timbs and Nike's - dripping in danger and strapped into action as the beat swerves into deep sonic shadows produced by Bennyy Beats. A sampled broken clothes dryer pairs with John X Smith and Pseudo Black's vicious flow as they execute perfect violence that vitalizes the senses without harm.
"So to be honest, the way I make music is I get right on the mic within hearing about 15-20 seconds of the beat. If I listen too much before I start rapping, it gets harder and harder to go with what naturally comes to me—the more raw and uncensored, and the more off the dome and spontaneous, the better. I just like to spit what comes to me in the moment, and I hate overthinking it" - John X.
Ruthless embodies flawless elements for a freestyle, from flow pattern switch-ups to sharp rhymes that roll off the tongue. Double tapping in authenticity and sniping their rivals from a distance, John X Smith and Pseudo Black are pure naturals in this realm.
If Rutheless (freestyle) made you thirtsy for more then mark your calendars, John will be releasing a second music video with Pseudo for their track Galaxy, on top of delivering a solo tape with some wild visuals due for release this coming December. So ski mask down and tap tap tap IN!
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