Lil B is an artist of many different faces. He can make a song as poignant as "No Black Person Is Ugly" and just as quickly drop a "STREET SINGLE" called "Murder Rate," where he dons a coolly aggressive tone for elastic, jolting results. But Lil B is far from trend-hopping, instead snagging a gunshot-sprinkled club rattler from Atlanta producer Mr. Collipark, best known for his iconic work with the Ying Yang Twins, and discovering Soulja Boy. Don't miss about halfway through the track, where he launches into a series of "Free [Insert Country Here]!!" chants--B is always ready to get political and champion freedom for the world's people, even if he has to catch a few bodies to do it. Cop on iTunes here.