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Zoey Dollaz, Anoyd, Grafh & DA The Future – I Ain’t Got Time (Presented By @itsbizkit)

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To say that ITSBIZKIT wears a ridiculous number of hats feels like an understatement. From running his own website to hosting podcasts and events to discovering new artists, the dude’s grind never stops. Proving that point is the release of “I Ain’t Got Time,” an aptly titled brand-new banger he curated that features Zoey Dollaz, Anoyd, Grafh, and DA The Future.
Despite the four rappers hailing from different parts of the East Coast, they complement each other perfectly here with charismatic flows and braggadocios bars that center on the chorus of, “I be outchea on my grind, ain’t got time for me to think/I ain’t got time to chase, unless I’m chasin’ to the bank.” The track is also tied together by producer BIRTHDAY, whose instrumental is just as rich with bass as it is hypnotizing and layered.

Miami’s Zoey Dollaz opens “I Ain’t Got Time” and catches your ear with a sing-song delivery before sending the mic to Connecticut’s Anoyd. He grits his teeth at his enemies throughout his rhymes before passing it off to Grafh, the Queens MC who flexes his shapeshifting flow and eats wack MCs. It may just be Amityville, N.Y.’s DA The Future who steals the show, though, as he closes the track with a hungry verse featuring clever references to Obama, Black Rob, Phife Dawg (RIP), and R. Kelly.

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