Song Review-300 Spartans by Sy Ari Da Kid produced by Big Fruit, Will A Fool, Y.I.B. Bobby Kritical & Sy Ari Da Kid featuring D Dash, Translee, K Camp, Scotty ATL, Bo Deal, Verse Simmonds, Stuey Rock, Tha Jocker, Migos, Zuse, Kidd Kidd, John John Da Don, Issa, Doe Boy, Dae Dae, Bambino Gold, Chaz Gotti, Jose Guapo, Que, Nyemiah Supreme, Jacquees, Retro Jace(Two9) and Fort Knox
If rap music was the Muppet Babies, working out relationships as they go on misadventures together, Sy Ari Da Kid would be sitting in the corner as that anti-social force that builds his own group of back of the bus kids. He’s a lyricist completely unafraid to share personal stories, sensitive subject matter, or political opinions and even less afraid to buck trends. Sy is one of the first people I think of when I use the phrase protective over your sound.
All those ingredients are what make massive steamroller posse cuts like this possible. Look at the criminally slept on ingredients in this song: D Dash, Translee, K Camp, Scotty ATL is so good right now I still feel bad for not liking his music in the past, Dae Dae is a savage on the mic, and Bo Deal pours himself into songs whether they be angry or meditative.
I don’t even think this is the best song off of Sy’s mixtape Ultrasound 2: The Birth (I go with the fiery personal Forgiven which has an amazing final verse) but how many other people could put together a little army like this? Sy Ari Da Kid can because he doesn’t start beefs for no reason he just grinds all day and for all the other artists in the same frame of mind it makes perfect sense. A little army of hungry intelligent overlooked Southern Rappers killing a track that might not even circulate for the love of the art.