On 'Rainy Days,' President Davo warbles out a pained hook about police brutality: "Fuck wrong with these coppers?/ They killing my kind, they killing my kind/ Three months suspended but they still getting paid/ I'm from Bmore so my hands go up for Freddie Gray/ It's too many rainy days." Davo's delivery here parallels his impressive track from last year, 'With Me,' a more personal song that lashes out but also offers understanding. To his haters, enemies, exes, and all the rest he ultimately concludes on 'With Me,' "On another note, I've been doing good, and I still wish the best for you and yours/ I been working hard setting up a tour/ If they ain't stunting with me, I'm stunting on them." The song's both giddy and dejected and the same is true of 'Rainy Days,' though here it's a lament that gains a little strength when it speaks truth to power. On the guest verse, the increasingly embattled Young Moose pogos into 'Rainy Days' and folds police violence on top of personal problems with success and the law (including increased focus on him due to, among other things, last year's controversial 'True Bill') and the institutional chaos of Baltimore City. Locally, Moose is a hero because he's down in it and implicated. His songs are nothing more than cascades of emotion—but that's enough.