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Father’s Day – [Lil Gotit] ft. [Lil PJ]

There are a few artists that I can rely on to constantly release new music no matter the scenario, and Lil Gotit is a talent who never lets me down. A couple of years ago I just thought he was pretty much a sidekick to his brother Lil Keed, but he has proven time and time again that he’s blazing his own trail and doesn’t deserve to linger in the shadows of his brother’s career. He has differentiated himself time and time again, making a very strong case as to why he’s one of a kind and you can tell that fans have been noticing this individuality for quite some time, so I couldn’t be happier to see all the wealth and success come his way. Lil PJ isn’t a new collaborator with the young Atlanta phenom, so when I saw that this duo got together again for their most recent Money Musik-produced single “Father’s Day”, I couldn’t wait to check it out. After listening, it’s clear that it’s a hit in every sense of the word unsurprisingly, and even though it’s quite a few months removed from the actual holiday of Father’s Day, it’s still a song that you’re …

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 …

Uncommon Nasa: The Backbone of The Underground

Uncommon Nasa is authenticity at its finest. He’s comfortable in his own skin, and he’s been operating on his own terms for years now. His unapologetic commitment to himself and his art for over a decade is what has solidified him as an impactful legend in the New York Indie scene. Nasa’s music is deeply rooted in New York culture, which is to be expected, considering he’s been there his whole life. It’s his default, in a sense. All of his music references home, sometimes more than others, but it’s always there. Despite some of the topical similarity that echoes throughout his music though, he refuses to stick to one sound. The classic, New York boom-bap influence is there, but Nasa understands the importance of pushing the ball forward, and makes his art with the intent that it won’t grow stale. His style is hard to pin-point, as his delivery can almost be classified as slam poetry at times, with extremely tight rhyme schemes and lyricism that demands the listener’s attention. Incredible amounts of time and detail go into Nasa’s art. He takes his time to make sure that every aspect of a record makes for a cohesive and engaging …