To keep it one hundred, most rappers aren’t cut out for the rap game. Some are in it for the wrong reasons and want to make a quick buck, while others lack the patience, and work ethic that comes with becoming a full time emcee. However, those who give it their all, and are able to push past the obstacles that stand in their way, while mastering their craft, might be the ones that write the history books. Among this group of talented artists, you’ll find, Typ-iLL, a lyricist who plans on having his talent and drive take him as far he can push it.
No stranger to the pen or the mic, the Long Island based rhymer has been a student of Hip-Hop from the jump; his dedication to keeping that classic New York sound alive with “Not for Everybody” is proof that true talent, and good music is alive and breathing. Over a buttery backdrop, produced by 5ickness, iLL teases us with his future ambitions, but also reflects on his family, and everything he’s worked for to date.
According to iLL, the track is a loosie, but has a full body of work, produced by Statik Selektah, that’s getting set to see the light of day…stay tuned for more details!