Blaqbonez is never not on the offensive. The rapidly growing rapper only takes time off dissing others to blow his own trumpet and more important than the key traits of self-confidence and cockiness that he possesses is an alignment of his pride with talent; he’s equipped with both equally.
Last year, he spent more than half of his time going at others and by all indications, 2020 is a continuation of the past. On his first freestyle of the year titled Green Blaq Green, he tables Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones on a binary form rhyme scheme that is provocative, intuitive and rich in bass, the most befitting initial choice of weapon for the battle he’s started.
Sticking to the status quo, Blaqbonez shares the single with a monotonous video that sees him contemplating his menacing lines in a studio.
Earlier in the year, Blaqbonez made public his intention to remain the same this year and with Green Blaq Green he stamps this decision.