(inspired by the song of the same name)


Give me my respect 

In this kitchen, i’m the butcher

You play me like a punk

I’ll get a camera become 

Ashton Kutcher

Have you asking how you could ya

Done giving you a reason

You can’t take my words 

And make your own

You don’t have your own seasoning

Soon you’ll learn there’s no appeasing me

Within good reasoning


Give me my respect

You gonna look at me more 

Than someone that’s a connect

What you need a connect for

When you been playing these games all along

And finally when the chips fall by yourself

Is where you belong


This is more than a stanza discussing my redemption

This more than the ADHD fighting for your attention

This more than the words captured on this page

Are you listening

This is where the complex is 

and the common sense ends

My senses tingling 

Along came the spider

Ain’t no biting off my words 

No multiverse over here 

I’m the lone survivor 

I’m the one driving these pieces

Nick name me baby driver

Because like they necks 

I got my foot on the gas

Adding fuel to the fire

J.Cole has begun a feature run in 2022 and we’re only five weeks into the year. The first comes in the form of Benny the Butcher’s latest track, “Johnny P’s Caddy”. The Griselda rapper is gearing up to release his new album, Tana Talk 4 and this collaboration has been talked about a lot lately.

Drawing the inspiration from memories from Benny the Butcher’s childhood with his father, the track embodies a braggadocious matter depicting why both rappers are at the top of their game. The track is very inspiring in evoking one to go write at their highest capability.

Reggie Johnson is a 2x Pushcart nominee writer/columnist reigning out of Cincinnati, Ohio. Reggie has created a rhythmic style of writing to tell his personal experiences and beyond. Reggie has 10 books available on all major online retailers and his work can be seen in various literary magazines. He currently has two columns, Drunken Karaoke featured on Daily Drunk Magazine & REPLAYS featured on The Poetry Question.

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