Various Artists – San Antone On The Map marked the return of San Antonio rap legends Lil Ken, Liveola, and Kyle Lee in early 2022. All the rappers use some fire punchlines. The album showcased the best of their lyrical ability, hard punchlines, skills, and flows which their artists had to offer. Liveola and Lil Ken were raw with those hard ass punch lines! Liveola was breakin mics. The city of San Antonio needed this album. Lil Ken, Liveola, Kyle Lee, and SoSanAntone were making history with this album.
Liveola, Lil Ken, and Kyle Lee killed and wrecked that hoe on San Antone On Tha Map. Lil Ken definitely wrecked that hoe on this track. Liveola and Lil Ken’s verses were definitely some of the most hardest, aggressive, and versatile verses on San Antone On Tha Map. Classic shit from San Antonio. Classic shit from 3rd Degree. The only one who is missing from the song is Mark Gaboda. But the song is still brehsive. 12 Gs killed the beats with the production.
The lyrics used at the beginning of the song were pulled from the San Antonio rap classic 3rd Degree – San Antone On Tha Map. Lil Ken started off the song with his verse with his lyrics which went as follows, “San Antone on tha map/No need for introduction/Trunk open and it sound like a live percussion” One thing is for sure is that Lil Ken has got bars for days and is the coldest.
Big Stompas is the 3rd Degree posse cut with Lil Ken, Liveola, Kyle Lee, and SoSanAntone. They got San Antonio feeling 2003 again. The city of San Antonio needed this fire ass song.
SoSanAntone was killing shit with his lyrics on Big Stompas. For example, “I’m So San Antone like Big Red and Barbacoa” Now Big Red and Barbacoa is a celebration of San Antonio’s staple where Mexican food is sold by food vendors each year. Big Red and Barbacoa is a yearly festival.
I rate this album 5/5*****!!