Twista – Kill Us All

2004 Atlantic

Seventeen years ago, Twista came through with his fourth album “Kamikaze,” setting things off with the explosive “Kill Us All.”

Seventeen years prior, the amazing Twista came through with his fourth studio collection Kamikaze, a task that showed up at the questionable tallness of his standard fame. Following the collection’s delivery, Twista was riding the high of the Kanye West-helped “Slow Jamz,” as well as the force of his lead single “Short-term Celebrity.” And while many were energetic about Twista and Yeezy’s deep science, one of the task’s greatest features arose when the handy rapper returned things to his underlying foundations on the deadly “Kill Us All.”

Over a hurricane instrumental suggestive of his Adrenaline Rush days, Twista continues to grandstand precisely why he stays in the best-stream discussion. “Kill them off with a blast, get up bitches,” he raps, kicking down the supposed entryway in his initial refrain. “Kamikaze on you hoes, I’m the symbol of atonement/Feelin’ rage stream out of each follicle in my body/While you disintegrate, bite the dust with a dull of dro in yo hand.” Who else is presenting similar sounding word usage like that? Indeed, even right up ’til the present time, “Kill Us All” is probably the hardest track we’ve seen from the Chi-town symbol, showing a rapper unreasonable amidst his usual range of familiarity. Show an affection to Twista and make certain to give Kamikaze a return to on its achievement commemoration.


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