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Get N Dere Gang – [Lil Gotit] ft. [Lil Keed] & [Yak Gotti]

The day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here, and of course, I’m talking about the day that Lil Gotit decided to drop off his latest album entitled Top Chef Gotit. It’s no secret that Gotit knows how to cook up some heaters with his crew, but this album is definitely proving that he deserves a spot on the next tier of success with other YSL artists like Lil Keed, Gunna, and Young Thug. Along with the release of this incredible album, he decided to give fans even more reason to celebrate and dropped off an awesome new visual for his song “Get N Dere Gang” which features his brother Lil Keed as well as the always entertaining and energetic Yak Gotti. In this ShotByWolf-directed music video, things are kept pretty simple as they seemed to just shoot on the go, capturing moments where the artists are vibing out with one another. As it goes on, each talent shows off their extensive outfits full of designer names and diamond-studded chains, yet their personalities each shine bright for everyone to see. Even though they don’t have parts in this track itself, Gunna and Young Thug are featured copiously throughout, showing …

Work Out – [Lil Gotit] ft. [Gunna]

Although there are dozens of rising hip-hop cities all over the world, few of these cities can truly do it like Atlanta. It’s no secret that the southern hub has produced some of the biggest names in music over the past few decades, and while there always seems to be a new name coming out of the shadows on what seems to be a daily basis, there are a few names that I actually truly make an effort to keep up with, one of those names being Lil Gotit. I might’ve found out about Gotit through his older brother, Lil Keed’s music, but I have been thoroughly impressed ever since I began listening to his own solo music which gets me even more excited to see what he has to come with his upcoming project Top Chef Gotit which he has been hyping up for what seems like months at this point. As the release date comes closer and closer, he has been sharing more and more with fans, most recently dropping his latest single “Work Out” with none other than fellow ATLien and all-around superstar Gunna. DMC Global and Evrgrn tag-teamed the production efforts on this record using poignant …

Burnt N Turnt – [Lil Gotit] ft. [Nav]

Considering Lil Gotit is one of my favorite ATLiens in the music scene right now, I was a bit caught off guard when he recruited Nav to join him on his latest single “Burnt N Turnt”. I’m not surprised for any reason other than the fact that Gotit has a very specific, individual sound that Nav doesn’t necessarily match with, yet the results ended up being pretty amazing, in my opinion. Based1 and Mike Hector took the helm of production for this hit, using some ominous xylophone progressions, a classic trap percussive foundation, and succinct drums that provide an energetic yet simple enough foundation for the two rappers to get a bit creative with things. On the hook, Gotit basically repeats the song’s title in a very fun manner before we’re led right into Nav’s portion which is one of his better verses in recent memory, to me at least. Finally, Gotit remains pretty calm and nonchalant into his verse as well, never really getting too wild but also allowing himself to truly get fans excited for his upcoming album. In the music video for this record, Gotit and his team decided to hit up Whipalo to direct this flick …

Toosie – [Lil Gotit]

Lil Gotit has got to be one of the most consistently impressive Atlanta up-and-comers over the past year or two, and he isn’t even close to done when it comes to turning heads. Most recently, he decided to sample the famous 69 Boyz’ song “Tootsee Roll” in his latest track “Toosie”, and the results are as wacky as they are entertaining. While you can hear the hook of the original track pop in and out throughout, things change to a relatively more simplistic rhythm in between these portions to allow Gotit to display his bars. While spitting, Gotit shows off some inventive flows and wild deliveries, per usual, yet his wordplay and creativity seem to be at an all-time high with this record, making me excited for what’s to come in the future. In the music video, he decided to recruit the legendary star Gunna to direct for him, and the recognizable face also makes a brief cameo in the middle of the visual that brought some cool familiarity to the party. Throughout this flick, certain scenes show Gotit in a film studio either hanging out around some props or inside of a car surrounded by lovely females who are …

Wok – [Lil Gotit]

For the majority of the new year, Lil Gotit has been relatively quiet but don’t get it twisted, his silence just means he’s locked in and ready to release some incredible music. This is obviously with the release of his most recent single “Wok”, which also happens to be his first song of 2021. Produced by Money Musik, we are introduced to the track with reverberating synths of some sort before intense, powerful percussion and thumping 808s begin to unfold which leads to an absolutely amazing and cohesive beat that Gotit is fully prepared to shred to pieces. When he does begin, he goes right into the chorus with such obvious conviction behind his words, making him appear as powerful as he is serious about some of the unsavory topics he dives into. Although he has become known for switching up his voice to a much more shrill, higher-pitched delivery, he diverges away from this approach, instead sticking with this deeper, more grim style that I’m totally here for. Besides this, he manages to show off a few different flows throughout, some that seem easier than others, but his ability to switch up and keep listeners on their toes is …

Stay Down – [Yung Mal]

Yung Mal might be a completely new name to me personally, but that doesn’t mean he’s a new name to others. After a huge breakout year in 2020, he is back and ready to dominate 2021, kicking things off with his latest offering “Stay Down”. Ronan and TRGC took the reins on producing this track, and they made everything come together with some playful, mischievous flutes, intense synths, and a drumline that is as Trap as it gets, which complements Mal’s deliveries nicely. As the beat takes shape and continues to transform, Mal continues to hype himself up to come in and go crazy. Before anything else, you notice his personality at the forefront of everything, and although he might not necessarily be the wildest character in the game, you can tell he’s being authentic and 100% himself which is sometimes hard to notice in the current day and age of Rap. As he continues throughout the record, his flows are tight and well put together, and he never seems to get too overeager with his words which helps them come out naturally and professionally. His diversity of cadences is also quite the spectacle as he shows off his dexterity …

Loaded – [Producer Grind] & [Billyracxx] feat. [Lil Gotit]

As an ex-producer myself, there isn’t a time where I will not shed light on the Producer Grind platform. For those who may be unfamiliar with what the platform is, Producer Grind is a space designed to help aspiring producers anyway they can. From getting placements, getting their business in order, or even flooding the net with gems provided from their Producer Grind Podcast where they have interviewed some of the heavy hitters such as !llmind, Cardo Got Wings, and Jetsonmade. Premiering as the first official record released under their own imprint Producer Grind Records, they tapped in with the Houston-native Billyracxx and Atlanta up and comer Lil Gotit for their single “Loaded”. “It started off as a contest on our platform where we gave our fans a link to download a Billyracxx acapella. They were given the task of making the beat behind the acapella as well as mixing the vocals (and given less than 48 hours to do it.) We had over 400 submissions that we listened to and judged on what we felt was going to be the best record. Then, through a relationship, we decided to get Lil Gotit on the record to make this a …

No Fifties (Remix) – [Baby Plug] feat. [Lil Keed] [Lil Gotit]

Bloggers always talk about how many artists are coming out of Atlanta and while the staggering number of incredible artists from the city is certainly reality there are still a seldom few that shine even in the massive pond that is Atlanta, and surging from the city’s famed East Side is Baby Plug who has for almost two years now dominated Atlanta’s underground sound and has a formidable youthful audience to show for it. Today he unveiled his new album Let Me Pop My Shit 2 which was a fantastic addition to the already sizable catalog that BP has been building, complete with a remix to one of Plug’s first breakout tracks, “No Fifties” which is honestly still my favorite song yet from him with quest verses from Lil Keed and Lil Gotit to help boost the song’s popularity. Baby Plug opens over the violin powered Section8 produced instrumental with the iconic bar “Fuckin a booster she gettin’ me clothes, Beam with Rooster we loosen the knob on them doors, Glock 19 with one in the nose its on me but nobody knows,” which was the goosebump inducing line that sold me on BP’s lyrical ability in the first place, although his …

Exotic – [TyFontaine] ft. [Lil Gotit] & [Lil PJ]

TyFontaine is a star. I could end this article there, link the new song he dropped with Lil Gotit and Lil PJ, and everyone reading would understand why I feel this way, but that just wouldn’t do the brand-new record justice. There really isn’t a single song I’ve heard from Ty that isn’t a hit in every sense of the word, and he seems to be able to do it all. From upbeat heaters to slower, more melodic ballads, Ty has this uncanny ability to change his style and voice in the blink of an eye, drawing you back in and captivating you if you ever somehow got tired or bored, which just doesn’t even happen in the first place. When I saw that he was in the studio with Gotit, I knew they’d have a banger on their hands because Gotit seems to have the formula to make hit after hit as well. Although I only recently heard about Lil PJ, it seems like he fits into this algorithm as well, so the trio was preparing us for an undeniable hit. Now that “Exotic” is in our hands, these preconceived notions are absolutely confirmed, and I literally couldn’t be …

Tellin Ya – [Lil Gotit] ft. [Lil PJ]

Recently, I’ve been seeing some stories that mention Atlanta’s very own Lil Gotit following in the footsteps of his older brother Lil Keed, but I have to slightly disagree with this statement. Sure, he’s got a slightly similar sound and he makes hits, but he’s blazing a trail of his own that differentiates himself from his older sibling. Although he took a very brief hiatus after releasing his latest project Hood Baby 2 and some music videos for the effort, but luckily, that break came to an end late last night. He ends his silence with a wonderful new track entitled “Tellin Ya” which also features a friend of his who goes by the name of Lil PJ. A mixture of powerful piano chords and a high-pitched, intergalactic synth creates a fantastic melody that is brought to new worlds with terse percussion and blasting drums, paving the way for Gotit to demonstrate all of his skills while also introducing listeners to some new ones. On the chorus, he delivers one line at a time, allowing animated ad-libs to fill the space in between each bar. He continues a similar cadence into his verse before switching things up briefly, ultimately ending …