Killa Kyleon’s “Light It Sip It” allows two younger marshals get in on the action. A$AP Ferg’s flow is totally indebted to Texas Screw Music. The curatorial efforts of A$AM Yams made the click see past the imaginary borders created by East/West, North/South divides. Ferg’s verse borrows Houston as a gesture of goodwill and thankfulness. His mention of Pimp C, takes into account the influence place Houston rappers occupy in the hip hop timeline. In theory, only a decade has passed since hip hop fans expanded their horizons to include outside influences. Nowadays it is commonplace for rappers to find inspiration through cultural movements not their own.