October, 2017 marks the release of Homicide, a chilling narrative told from the Devil’s perspective. Threat, the artist responsible for this alarming release, is a Miami-residing, lyric-driven rap artist most known for his clever rhyme schemes and gritty delivery. His latest release “Homicide”, appropriately debuted on Friday the 13th, is an eerily realistic rant that begins in a monotone, story-telling format from the devil’s perspective as he recounts the events that took place in the Garden of Eden. This dialogue escalates into a boastful tell-all in which Threat… well Satan, laughingly belittles the church while presenting himself as the keeper of power on earth. At the end of the song, the Smitherz-produced, trap-style instrumental fades away without any closure or happy ending. The rant is over and the rest of the narrative is left for the listener to say. What’s certain is that Threat’s artistic composition and delivery make him a stand-out artist an edgy appeal to real Hip Hop fans and lyricists.