I.L Will is no longer a novice on the underground rap scene. Then again, his presence on M.I.C.’s “Next 2 Blow” mixtape proved he was never an amateur on the mic.
I.L continues to be a problem even into his sixth mixtape “Itz Da Mak B----,” hosted by DJ Amaris and DJ Honorz. I.L is repping hard for his West Side Komack hood in his latest catalog of new music.
It is perhaps I.L’s upbringing on his Komack block that gave him the intensity he possesses on every track he spits on.
This intensity is felt in I.L’s opening track. The M.I.C rapper says he’s never flodging about what he does in the streets in song “What You See,” an OleBoiGotHeat production. According to I.L, he is as real as it comes, rapping, “B-tch, I’m in that field, selling crack and weed/I be popping all the pills/My big homies move that d/We got them 4-5s, AKs and them 2-2-3s/Ask about them Komack boys, b-tch we really in these streets.”
I.L has his priorities in order in song “By Any Means.” He is thinking about his future while others are thinking material items.
He raps, “Yall take the easy way, I learned the hard way/I ain’t got no time for sleep, I’m on the money chase.”
I.L collabed with Chiraq’s own top femcee Sasha Go Hard on song “Magazine,” a LeekeLeek production. I.L and Sasha are dressed in the finest attire and look fit for a photo spread. I.L is overconfident on this track, rapping, “You n-ggas hating, you don’t get no green/I be like Polo this and True me/I spend your savings on a pair of jeans/So all these thotties wanna marry me/My neck on froze, ice out my KTG/I’m a walking band, I’m buying everything.”
Sasha boasts the same cockiness, spitting, “I’m counting up, got n-ggas mad at me/I’m overseas, they ain’t got me for free/Flexing for free with your (?) next to me/I get respect up in these streets/I’m hot, he ain’t got none on me.”
I.L had a surprise guest feature on his tape. I.L linked up with Young Buck of G-Unit fame for song “Misery,” Cryptonite Beatz production. Chiraq and Cashville proved to make a hot collaboration on this track.
I.L raps, “I was a shorty on the block with killers/What I seen in the field changed my way of living/I ain’t have the same sh-t as the other children/All I had was Komack, kill or make a killing/13 and drug dealing.”
Buck is in rare form on this track, rapping, “Almost caught him with him, we gon catch him and he history/Remember what you giving me, chopper bring back your memories.”
Enough is never enough for I.L Will because there’s never money and clothes. I.L simply “Needs More” in his Santana Banga production. I.L also got some feminine support from up and coming Chicago spitter Dreezy.
I.L raps, “Pop out with that gwop again, money is my bestest friend/Franklins in my True pants/She say she gon shoot a man/Talking with that foolishness, I will send my goons at him.”
I.L and M.I.C. brother Mikey Dollaz collaborated on song “OutBreak.” The two turned a hot line from Que’s “OG Bobby Johnson” into a hot song. I.L spits, “Bad little b-tch like Kim K, shorty ride around with the AK/Make the chopper sing like Ray J/Stain Gang, everyday a pay day/If I spray, make a n-gga hit the Nae Nae.”
I.L never disappoints on his projects. The Komack boy is already six mixtapes into his career and is showing no signs of slowing down. I.L definitely has a lot more left in the tank.
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