Verse 1: Oh this outfit used to be a little big on me but now it’s fitting and I’m loving it. Approximately that many, my momma she’d be so angry, telling me I be full of it. I don’t hate on those who hate on me but secretly just hate themselves some undercover shit. But I ain’t changing for anyone, I’m adapted to my environment, homie come and look at this.

I don’t argue no more, homie shut the fuck up, I don’t argue no more. Looking at me like you know what I be thinking, I’ll be looking back at you like what the fuck are you thinking? Rashing meaner than the poison ivy but the boy is gliding like the ballerinas.

I got my hand on my belt, my chick come along, and it’s getting out of hand.

I call the shots, I killed the show, the promoter should owe me a bonus. I don't gotta go and provoke it they know that I'm sculpting the holiest omen. Token is likewise sorting out a tour in support of the project.

We rolling, I'm zoning, I don't know where my phone is. Notice the flow it is so explosive it's blowing a hole in the ocean like Moses. They call me the savior as if I don't clearly know it. Look also for “Waist Down,” an irrepressible, high-energy anthem that’s both tongue-twisting and tongue in cheek.

We are not intimate, we are not dating, I am just too intimidating. Ane if you think I'm talking 'bout you, you're probably already right, oh. I might get under your skin if you use my name in vain. Bet a mothafucka really gonna be looking stupid whenever they telling me they can do better but then I pull up to it like motherfucker do it. Meanwhile, kudos and cosigns kept rolling in: from D12, from Fred Durst, from Flo Rida, from fellow MA musician Clinton Sparks.

When my shit drop and it gets harder and harder to bite. He returned to the States as the video dropped for his collab with Slaughterhouse flamespitter Joell Ortiz, “Kill at Will.” “This is someone I grew up listening to,” Token reveals. I was listening to him every day, so when he reached out to me, I couldn’t believe it.” Indeed, “Kill at Will” slotted in as the lead single off Joell’s most recent project, That’s Hip-Hop. So what seems unattainable to outsiders is simply Ben Goldberg’s fuel: “I hated the way I looked. But Token learned in grade school to be the architect of his own fate. Turned down meeting Eminembefore dumb asses called me the new Eminem, suck my dick. Token got loads of accolades and I can show and validate. You're looking at the motherfucking puppeteer, you don't get to come up here, shut the fuck up already. They happy I be sober then give me liquor to celebrate. The moment that I say you only agitate, I go assassinate.