Inspired by the 1996 film starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Vivica A. Fox and Kimberly Elis.
Following an intro dialogue between Queen Latifah, Jada and Vivica from the F. Gary Gray directed film of the same name. East officially kicks off the Buda and Grandz produced track with raps about women, cocaine, murder, haters and more.
“I let a hollow go right in his face then walk by him like I never saw him,” he raps. “The price stay, we don’t ever bargain (never)/ Investin’ right, I’ma stress the market/ They talk like they gangsta but never walk it/ If twelve niggas front, that’s eleven coffins (eleven).
“Set It Off” is East’s second single in the space of five days. Listen below and hear him call out the baby boys on “Peter Pan” here.