Premieres \

Hear Rising Bronx Rapper Euro League Take Down the ‘Social Network’

MC knows there's a whole lot of catfishing going on

The Bronx’s Euro League has already scored endorsements from Kendrick Lamar and ScHoolboy Q, largely thanks to tracks like “Social Network,” which debuted yesterday at Complex. Kicking off with a sample of Christian Bale’s legendary on-set meltdown, Euro raps about meeting girls on Twitter, using Instagram and “being down with Soundcloud” (which Euro League is). “Social Network” carries some extra weight in these post-Manti Te’o days, as Euro League and his guest Denzil Porter rhyme about how people pretend to be someone else or inflate their character when they’re typing away on their keyboard.

“Social Network” was produced by MP Williams, who recently crafted the beats for A$AP Rocky’s “Ghetto Symphony” with Gunplay. The track will appear on Euro’s upcoming EP Continuum.