The soundtrack for the new, hip-hop-based Netflix documentary Rapture is finally here, officially dropping on Friday (May 18). One of the standout tracks on the new project is the collab between Killer Mike and 2 Chainz, “White Powder/Black Power.”
The two Atlanta rappers dive into the topic of drug economics over a mean instrumental. “I got money, I got money/I bought freedom, I bought freedom/I earned my shit riding in them traps serving them geekers,” Killer Kill raps on the first verse. “I bought a lawyer, I bought a lawyer/He beat them cases, he beat them cases/You should seen them dirty cracker racist faces.”
Tity Boi gets his shine on last, rhyming about his past days knee-deep in the trap. “‘Bout 14 I start selling nicks/By 15 I got a felony/By 16 I got my driver’s license start using J’s car to pedal lean,” he spits. “College Park that my stompin’ ground/Used to trap out the apartments/Got my baggies and digi scale/Bought a doll out the Starship/Got my first slab outta Bouldercrest/Got my second slab outta Bouldercrest/Got my third slab Bouldercrest/By my fourth slab I was paying rent.”
Rapture, a look at hip-hop’s impact on the global culture, premiered on Netflix in March. It stars Nas, Logic, 2 Chainz, Dave East, T.I., Rapsody, G-Eazy, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Just Blaze and more.
The soundtrack, which you can stream on iTunes, also includes T.I., Dave East, G-Eazy and Logic.
Listen to Killer Mike and 2 Chainz’s new song “White Powder/Black Power” below.
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