Lil Cray - Indicted (Thinking) [New Song]

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Cleveland's Lil Cray comes through with his catchy new club single: "Indicted (Thinking)."

Young spitter Lil Cray, signed to Doe Boy's Rubber Band Money Gang, has been heating up Cleveland for much of the summer thanks to his "I Got It" single, featuring K Camp, and last month's No Pad No Pen mixtape. He's now back with a new single, "Indicted (Thinking)," on which he runs through basically everything that's been weighing him down and keeping him going in one nonstop freestyle that lasts over four minutes, working in a catchy hook along the way. Despite all the ground he covers -- including some painful subject matter -- the song never loses its club energy, thanks in large part to the melodic bounciness of Cray's flows. 

The upbeat production has a funky throwback sound about it -- markedly different than most of what was on No Pad No Pen. But Cray finds his groove right away and doesn't lose his tempo for the whole song. "Indicted (Thinking)" is presented by Cleveland's DJ KY. 

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Indicted (Thinking)

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Cleveland's Lil Cray comes through with his catchy new club single: "Indicted (Thinking)."


Young spitter Lil Cray, signed to Doe Boy's Rubber Band Money Gang, has been heating up Cleveland for much of the summer thanks to his "I Got It" single, featuring K Camp, and last month's No Pad No Pen mixtape. He's now back with a new single, "Indicted (Thinking)," on which he runs through basically everything that's been weighing him down and keeping him going in one nonstop freestyle that lasts over four minutes, working in a catchy hook along the way. Despite all the ground he covers -- including some painful subject matter -- the song never loses its club energy, thanks in large part to the melodic bounciness of Cray's flows. 

The upbeat production has a funky throwback sound about it -- markedly different than most of what was on No Pad No Pen. But Cray finds his groove right away and doesn't lose his tempo for the whole song. "Indicted (Thinking)" is presented by Cleveland's DJ KY. 

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