Recently, Phantom & Jackson King joined forces to create a raw gritty number entitled “Wolves.” The production here is on point. The deep rooted base, thick yet subtle secondary elements, measured tempo, and weighty vibe result in a top notch combination. The hook is intriguing. The delivery is distinctive and the lyrics are forward. The verses are engaging. Phantom exhibits an one of a kind flow, ear catching wordplay, and unapologetic rhymes. He fills the listener in on his views pertaining to the nation’s justice system in a bold way. A handful of signature lines include: “Telling the truth, I’m still angry. I still feel like doing s–t to make you hate me. Walking past you on the street and I can see you hailing. That’s dangerous ain’t it? It’s acceptance. The mind is one of God’s most powerful weapons. I need a mediator to intercept these media inceptions. (…) And at times even today when I see it on your face, present hate. Cause I’m hurt President. And I don’t feel safe.” Those are some intense opening bars right there. Overall, this is a piercing record.