Young M.A. is out to “EAT.” After wooing fans with “Ooouuu,” the New York spitter is back with a lengthy track filled with bars and personal reflections.
Over a beat that pulls inspiration from The Lox’s classic “Money, Power & Respect,” M.A. goes back to her roots.
“I just want to thank my mother,” she raps. “For having me after she had my brother / All that pain and that suffer / She ain’t just have us natural / The doctors had to cut her / C-section, but what a blessing.”
From there, the buzzing MC takes on haters who’ve dissed her sexuality. “Goddamn,” she raps. “That just make you look less of a man, fam / To shit on y’all is part of the damn plan.”
Plus, she adds a warning about her debut album. “Nobody’s safe anymore,” she rhymes. “I had to wake you ni**as up, I couldn’t wait anymore / Got so much shit on my mind, couldn’t think anymore / I swear when this album drop, they gon’ hate me some more … Fuck around, they’ll call me M.A. Shakur.”
That’s not all. M.A. continues to bash her foes on “Get This Money,” which appears at the end of the “EAT” clip. “The way these ni**as hate, I hope they get a check for it,” she raps. “Maybe not, but you’ll get checked for it.” Like “Quiet Storm,” “EAT” is a cut off last year’s Sleep Walkin’ mixtape.
Watch M.A. serve up new rhymes with “EAT” below.