I love posting new music, especially from artists that I've watched transform/grow up. If you recall, last year, I dropped an interview with artist Triple a/k/a "Stu Madoff," a Jewish rap artist (yes, this is important) with an interesting approach to his music. By interesting, I mean solid but potentially highly controversial because of his (explained) use of the epithet "kike" in his lyrics.
Fast forward to today and Mr. FKA has released a revisioned version of Chief Keef's "I Don't Like." Like I said, if you're easily offended, it's probably going to not go down as smoothly/come off as self-hatred. I, at first, was pretty uncomfortable with it, as well. But, the guy's improved a lot since last year musically and his persona is actually pretty fun/analytically-based when/if you get past his word choices.