Stuey Newton recently came out with his newest mixtape exclusively on Audiomack and it’s hitting different. Burn This Bitch Down is the power following the Black Lives Matter protests and the police killing of George Floyd. Tired of constantly fighting for his life, Stuey is calling out the antagonists and the system from the root. Burn This Bitch Down is the product of generations of racism as he reaches boiling point.
Stuey maintains the direct approach as his songs unhinge into further depth. The album calls for change in the current system. Stuey hits the nail on the head with the fluidity in his lines. Burn This Bitch Down begins with a recording explaining what happens when those who are meant to serve and protect do not. Tracks like “Burn” and “Shoot TF Back” are tightly produced with a fat slap of a bassline and a clean melody that is on point.
Stueys raps continue to carry each track with a message that weighs. But in “Black and White” he comes correct putting the focus almost entirely on his words. Stuey Newton does not play around or take this time lightly. He keeps the countless names of those killed by police at the forefront and refuses to just let it slide.