Lil Dicky is on the greatest hip-hop run since Tupac's 1996. This is only a slight exaggeration. We first hopped aboard the Dicky train with his release of "Ex-Boyfriend," a hilarious story of a scorned lover that detoured into becoming rap's best song about junk since Micky Avalon's "My Dick." Dicky then wowed us with an ode to playing COD on a Friday night—"Staying In," and, of course, "Scary Story," which was about having to poop on a date. Real world stuff here, people. This was real-life shit.
Now, let's reach back in the Dicky discography. "Lion King" was released a couple of weeks ago, but is, appropriately, about to go viral. Why? Scar was basically Scarface without the blow. Simba was a young kid on the up. It's a tale meant for rap myth-making.