Envy Caine emerged as one of the pioneers of Brooklyn's underground scene last year with his breakout street anthem "Folk Shit." Peaking at almost 200 thousand views, Caine was unable to see the full success of the visual as he did time in prison. Unlike many of his songs, "Folk Shit," mirrored the style made most famous by rappers from Chicago's drill scene. However, Caine is known for his more traditional beat selection, flow, and delivery. Almost a year later and Caine is back on the streets and wasted no time addressing Brooklyn's underground scene with a style his fans should be more familiar with.