Queens rapper Bryant Dope just dropped his latest single, “Worth.” The Springfield Gardens native has a coming of age moment over the Marc R produced track, discussing his ambition to touch people as an artist and create something real. He also denounces material items with lines like, “Fuck a platinum chain / 26 inches on the range / 26 bitches by my plane / by 26 won’t be the same/ nigga…its all about that growth.” It’s really refreshing to see a young artist not just concerned with money, clothes, and hoes but focusing on knowledge of self and self-improvement.
When asked about the song Bryant said:
“Raw Dope EP is about me finding myself as an artist and making songs is the rawest form, The song ‘Worth’ is about me stripping away the facade of the rapper life and posing a question, what are words really worth? People have a message but the message is only successful if it is understood. ‘Worth’ is a track of me explaining what I’m here to do as an artist and the change I’m going to inflict. ‘Worth’ is a raw reflection of my life.”