Raw S--t

Album: Give The Drummer Some (2011)

Songfacts®:

  • The origin of this track lies in a Bun B lyric. Barker explained to Musicradar.com: "This one started out from a remix I did for Slaughterhouse called The One. Bun, in the verse, does a line that goes, 'Raw s--t, makes me wanna start a mosh pit.' I grabbed that and pretty much made it the chorus.
    After we had that, it all started building. I was talking to Tech N9ne about doing something, so we got together. He did his verse in a day, killed it. Then Bun sent his verse in the next day. That song was wrapped up quick. I finished it probably a month before I had to turn in the album."

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