"I don't feel that I'm the best in Houston, but if you tried to argue it I bet you could prove it."
Here's the thing that Kyle Hubbard knows and that a few others around him know but that nobody that's not actively involved in his life not even those involved in the Houston underground rap scene could possibly really know: He is being overlooked.
I suppose that's a common narrative for a lot of underground artists, particularly those who regularly breathe in a city that has cultivated a healthy roster of deadly rap assassins over the last two years. But there's a caveat here, and even worse, a devastating multiplier.
The caveat: Beyond being just overlooked, he's not even being looked over. He has been, at times, simply disregarded.