The song, just under three minutes long, features a rather interesting combination of jazzy background and heartfelt but hateful and brutal lyrics that speak of homophobia and neglect LGBT people have to deal with on a daily basis.
With this unusual blend of harsh but truthful rap lyrics and dark jazzy feel, one could say that "Another One For The Fire" has found a perfect genre for expressing his anger and disappointment in the society as well as for building a confident and strong LGBT fanbase. His important message has the ability to reach not only the angry and disappointed gay teenagers but also a wider circle of people that probably need to understand it the most.
No stranger to controversy, "Another One For The Fire" made national headlines earlier in March when he released his debut mixtape which included diss tracks aimed at Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller.
It's interesting to see what he will be up to on his sophomore mixtape which he is currently preparing, and which will feature an exciting guest appearance from Florida's up-and-coming gay rapper Sissy Rich. Stay tuned for more exciting news from the rap world!