Pittsburgh native Stunna2Fly follows up to his trap anthem "Drug Store" with another one entitled "Bath Salt Freestyle" inspired by the late and great Tefflon. Tefflon sparked the "Bath Salt" freestyles in retaliation to another Pittsburgh rapper by the name of Skeez. Those series of "Bath Salt" freestyles by Tefflon shook up the city in an iconic and unforgettable way, it left a haunting impression on Pittsburgh hip-hop that will never be forgotten. Stunna2Fly gives you trap rap with a timeless and hungry delivery.
Send a head shot to a opp, send a head shot to ya block
If that b**** playin' both sides n**** send a head shot to a thot
I tote guns with no license and that clip long as a nightstick
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