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The ATL Rhymers Trade Fresh Flows on Their New Single, Now Available to Stream on All DSPs

Lil Gotit – “What It Was”

Lil Gotit‘s sly mutation of ATL’s trap tradition earned him the support of some of his city’s biggest emcees. Going toe-to-toe with a trap icon, Gotit officially shares What It Was,” his new Future-featuring single. Produced by D. Hill, the man behind Future’s #2 Billboard hit and Drake collaboration “Life Is Good,” “What It Was” finds both rappers celebrating their triumphant rises out of the hood. Nimbly navigating the beat’s gently syncopating hi-hats and rolling snares, “Hood Baby” and Hendrix show excellent chemistry as they trade melodic verses: I can’t change lanes, maybe that’s why my chain swing/Won’t ‘ccept shit from no lame, went and bossed up a no-name,” rhymes Gotit. Released last month as a YouTube-only audio track, “What It Was” is now available to stream on all DSPs.

“What It Was” is Gotit’s first new track since the release of Hood Baby 2, Gotit’s recent mixtape. The sequel to his 2018 debut mixtape, which announced the then-19-year-old Gotit as a player to watch in his hometown scene, Hood Baby 2 demonstrates the rapper’s artistic evolution–his flows hit harder, his ad-libs are wilder, and his money is longer. Released in April, the mixtape boasts standout tracks like  Drip Day N Night ft. Gunna and Gotit’s brother Lil Keed and “Yeah Yeah,” featuring Keed and Future and earned praise from the likes of ComplexHYPEBEAST, and UPROXX. The 20-year-old rapper recently shared videos for tape highlights “Bricks In The Attic” and “No Kizzy.” Hood Baby 2 is Gotit’s second tape of 2020, following Superstar Creaturean 11-track collaborative project with London On Da Track, which features appearances from Polo GYoung Nudy, and Slimelife Shawty.

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