One of the best songs I’ve heard in a while. Reminds me a lot of “Guarantee.” I’m neither a Mac Lethal booster or a fan of confessional joints that teeter on the edge of L.F.O./Crazy Town territory. But Mac Lethal’s approach here is head-and-shoulders above anything I’ve heard from dude before. Especially poignant is the first verse where he speaks on the passing of his mother. Self-produced, the beat gains steam and serves as a sparse, but complimentary partner to Mac Lethal’s engrossing narrative. Great exercise in songwriting and song construction.