The aggression and intensity behind Big Scoob’s rhymes come to a head on “Dead-A-Man” from his latest album Damn Fool. Opening with the sounds of lost and tortured souls, Krizz Kaliko’s painful vocal delivery tells the story of a desperate man. Hardened drums, organ-like drops, and frightening piano notes drive Scoob’s vengeful narrative. Taking on the role of a sadistic criminal, Scoob rhymes with precision and determination in his voice. Money and revenge is the only thing on Scoob’s mind, driving him deeper into a homicidal frenzy. With Kaliko’s voice playing as the ghostly reminder in the background, Scoob makes his point clear on the hook:
On a mission out huntin, I’m vicious n’ look suspicious
best believe me when I tell you I will ( Dead-A Man)
With a grim look at the street life, “Dead-A-Man” is unlike any track Scoob has ever recorded. The album might be called Damn Fool, but there is nothing too fool around with here.
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"Dead-A-Man" was produced by Adam "Wyshmaster" Cherrington.