'We from a lost land where theres MC's not pop bands'
That opening line should give you a good idea straight off the bat of what type of Music this is. It's battle rap reminiscent of the 94-95 Illmatic era where it's all about respect and skills on the mic not money, fame or sales. It's a style that's done quite poorly by a lot of Australian MC's. Not Trem. The man who's looked upon as probably THE greatest wordsmith in the Australian scene doesn't let down all those who've suffered the comparable-to-detox length wait for the album.
“We from a lost land, where the clock’s hands is stopped,
before the rot set in, before they shot Scott La Rock,
before the shops stocked rap in a section called urban,
and every third person’s thinking they’re word surgeons
but ya'll vrigins, first come first served
n squirt ya nut with the first pump and call curtains
I got this bitch skirt hitched up mid tit-fuck
But it ain't feel the same since the game got that nip-tuck"
This track is a fantastic of example of battle rap done well with no forced multi's, some content and some great metaphors scattered throughout. The Prowla beat sets the mood perfectly with a raw, eerie, almost horror movie like vibe to it. He did a great job with the chorus as well, changing the sample cut each time and incorporating them into the verses at points. It's refreshing to hear some actual scratching in Hip-Hop.
While your waiting for the album to drop i recommend taking a lot at the excellent Lyrical Commission album (of which Trem is a member of) named The Stage Is Set.