Over the last year, we've experienced Genesis Elijah like we've never heard him before, and he continues his current genre-bending forays with new track "Homicide". Smart, social commentary disguised within a trap lean, it's laced with the usual customary gems ("to be great, first be grateful") thrown in for good measure. From the track artwork, bearing the striking images of the 1920 Duluth lynchings, to the distorted vocal effects that strike the chorus, "Homicide"—like all great thought-provoking artis designed to stir unease. More than a decade of relentlessly supplying the underground with hard-hitting, necessary rhymes, Genesis Elijah defiantly proves he still has a lot to say.