Lovers of hip-hop listen up! Ace Hood has a message about your favorite, so-called hip-hop artists. As part of his “Starvation” mix-tape series, he released “F.Y.F.R.” (F**K Your Favorite Rapper). Good or bad, like Ace Hood or not, “F.Y.F.R.” has everyone’s attention. You may think by the title alone that it’s a provocative invitation but far from it. The strong beat draws you in as the track starts off with the repeating bridge “F**k yo favorite rapper,” said in a cryptic tone. Ace Hood wastes no time telling you what he means by F.Y.F.R., as the hook details what Pac, BIG, and Pun would think of today’s “hip-hop” artist. Ace Hood talks about the sellout artists who are more concerned about their dance moves than the true hip-hop vision and message. He asks, “We need a change, what happened to that real in the booth?” He let’s you know that he’s real; he's no game or gimmick.