The Based God takes on Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
Inspired by the Cleveland group’s classic “Crossroads,” Lil B unleashes the Metro Boomin-produced “My House” off his often-teased forthcoming mixtape Black Ken.
The song made its debut at the Rolling Out Festival back in May, but is now available in all its Bone-inspired glory. “Meet me at my house,” he sings. “You gon’ be on me.”
Over a sample of “Crossroads,” Based God turns the ode to the dead into a celebration of his extravagant home. “My basement got a stripper pole,” he brags. “10,000 square feet, that’s a man’s home / Come see how a boss live / Tell me when you at the gate, I’ll let you in.”
So far, Black Ken has no release date, but the eccentric rapper has dedicated it to a slew of people, including Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert, Vince Staples, Azealia Banks, and Nick Young.