Over the years, it seems as if Kydd Jones has found ways to continually reinvent himself and his sound without sacrificing a core sense of who he is as both an artist and an individual. Be it about bars, a vibe, or a combination of the two, I find myself surprised time and time again by his range and dynamic ability as an artist. This time around, with the help of fellow Austin fixture Y2, has unleashed a beast of a single with Steel Toe. Over a track that is deceptively strong despite its bare bones, drum and piano-heavy nature, Kydd and Y2 drop two very different but equally strong verses full of low-key self-props and statements of personal facts, as well as observations on the state of hip-hop and the culture in general. Like many of his latest tracks, this one will definitely find itself in heavy rotation. Check it out, share it around, and cop it if you’ve got a buck to spare.