Continuing to capitalize off his impressive debut Cozz-N-Effect, and now back in the states for Act 3 on J.Cole’s Forrest Hill Drive Tour, which will include Big Sean, YG & Jeremih, Mitty gang’s main man is back with a storytellin’ visual for stand out record “Western Ave. Slaves”. The South Central scribe sheds light on dark subject matter relative to young black women and the epidemic that prostitution has become not only in Los Angeles, but throughout inner city streets all around the country. Having grown up in the same area, I am all to familiar with the sad reality of these disenfranchised female’s sexual suffering, seen slaving on corners all along Western Avenue, from Slauson all the way up to Exposition working a less than profitable & promising profession. Now Cozz is truly an artist that can verbally paint pictures, customizing and framing his content to enhance his main image and/or message, all together creating another elaborate piece of work for this young G’s gallery; using the street’s as his muse, their pain as paint and the record as his canvas to create a view into their promiscuously polluted world. He might be signed to Dreamville, but this cat is soon to be a nightmare for his competition, if he’s not already.