The Pro Era rapper’s new track is taken from his debut album ‘Anywhere But Here’, which was released today (January 15) and features Joey Bada$$, Maverick Sabre, Kota The Friend and Erick The Architect of Flatbush Zombies.
Referencing everything from T.I.‘s fashion decisions to SpongeBob SquarePants, ‘Bad Day’ is a ferocious cut that hears Caution and Curry jump around over a bed of thundering bass kicks and rapid-fire snares.
After Curry raps: “Boy-bo-boy got flow like an aqueduct/ If the shit ain’t real, it ain’t ‘Pac enough,” Caution kicks off his verse with no holds barred. “You mother fuckers not real, you imposters, bruh/ I wrote your name in a search, you ain’t poppin’ up/ Flex hard, feelin’ like Big Poppa Pump/ Beast Coast murder every fuckin’ possé cut.”
Listen to ‘Bad Day’ below:
Delivering a spin on classic New York rap sounds seasoned with his wry sense of humour and incisive storytelling, you can listen to Caution’s new album here – see the tracklist below.
‘Anywhere But Here’
01. ‘December 24th’ (ft. Elbee Thrie)
02. ‘Anywhere But Here’ (ft. Maverick Sable & Alex Mali)
03. ‘Motion Sickness’
04. ‘Vin Skit #1’
05. ‘How You Live It’ (ft. Joey Bada$$)
06. ‘What You Want’ (ft. GASHI)
07. ‘Dirt On Your Name’
08. ‘Vin Skit #2’
09. ‘Bad Day’ (ft. Denzel Curry)
10. ‘Coat Check/Session 47’
11. ‘Product Of My Environment’ (ft. Kota The Friend & Erick The Architect)
12. ‘Things Could Be Worse’ (ft. CJ Fly & Jake Luttrell)
13. ‘Something To Remember Me By’ (ft. TheMind)
14. ‘Kids That Wish’
Clocking in at just under two minutes long, the track is a furious diatribe on the social and political climate of 2020, sampling a news broadcast from the Minneapolis protests in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.
“I don’t fuck with my president/ Tried to block all Mexicans/ If he hear this message/ Please don’t send swat to my residence,” Curry raps on the track.