Chicago rapper the Holy Kit recently made the move to Los Angeles, and he's letting the new scene influence him in more ways than one. Case in point, his latest track, "In-N-Out."
At first glance, you would think the record was an ode to his new favorite spot to grab a burger and kick it with the crew. Not quite. "'In-N-Out is inspired by the Los Angeles fast food burger spot, how they get you In-N-Out quick," he told us over email. "I flipped it around to describe my L.A. trap life." Kit comes correct over Stakz da Producer's menacing backdrop, stuntin' on the haters and playing up his success in the streets.
"In-N-Out" will be included on Kit's upcoming mixtape, IM NOT HERE, which is due out Feb. 29. Bump it below.