Sometimes I get so angry I have to get nasty on my recumbent bicycle until the feeling passes. Try as I might to woosa the pain away, it's the feels-y steak and potatoes rap that really does it for me in the end.
Like Boosie, Trick Daddy is a thug in the Tupac-ian sense, which means he isn't afraid to temper the swagger and get embarrassingly real. Besides allowing me to get all reflective and deeplike, this song features what I, in all my ignorance, have decided to call "Spanish guitars," basically shorthand for any instance of soulful acoustic fingerpicking in the context of a rap song. "Living In A World" (ft. Society) also boasts the distinction of featuring what sounds like a bouzouki at the 41s mark. There's also a child chorus on the chorus, proving once again that Trick loves the kids.
Sometimes I love rap music so much it's as if writing about it cheapens the feeling. But if I didn't write about it, I wouldn't know exactly why I love it.