Today he drops “Bam Bam” and boy is it fascinating. Donning an unforgettable dark red sleeveless leather jacket and leather pants combo with diamonds around his neck, flirting with the beautiful women who populate every shot.
The flow pattern of Lonnie is super unpredictable as well as awkward. It wouldn’t work for most, but it works for Lonnie. He’s one of those ones.
“Oh you trying to move some booger sugar I got a lane.”
Director Anfy captured Lonnie in his most natural form, doing him. Not doing the most, but really in his element. While controlling the environment by putting him on a stage with a mic and framing him nicely as he spit his street vernacular the best way he knows how. His flow and cadence is bouncy and the word play is very detailed and vivid.
It’s rear in today’s age that you would have to rewind to catch bars, but listening to BangGang Lonnie Bands’ music requires one to get acquainted with the rewind button.