L.E.P. Bogus Boys – ‘Benjamin Franklin’ (Prod. Jahlil Beats) | New Music

To no one’s surprise, Chicago’s gangsta rap stalwarts L.E.P. Bogus Boys have composed an ode to the hundred dollar bill (lots of ’em). And like many contemporary money makin’ anthems before it – Birdman‘s “100 Million”, Rick Ross‘ “B.M.F.” or DJ Khaled‘s fantastically unsubtle “Money”, to name just a few – an overzealous bass-driven backdrop is a necessity. That’s where Jahlil Beats (Meek Mill “I’m a Boss”, “Burn”, “Flexing On Em”) comes in.

Taking more of a darker, threatening tone than a strictly boastful one, Count and Moonie grasp at every reference point in the baller’s checklist: .40 caliber handguns; champagne bottles; expensive vehicles; and, of course, those prized Benjamins.

You can stream the radio rip below and grab the CDQ on L.E.P. Bogus Boys’ Dont Feed Da Killaz Vol. 4 mixtape, coming soon.

Listen: L.E.P. Bogus Boys – ‘Benjamin Franklin’ (Prod. Jahlil Beats)