Lil West - LMK Feat. Lil Aaron [New Song]

Posted by , Oct 26, 2016 at 02:18pm
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On "LMK," Lil West isn't ready to settle down, both musically and romantically.

Delaware's Lil West is back with another record, further exploring his range as a vocalist on "LMK." Teaming with the like-minded Lil Aaron, West takes on some Judge and Dylan Brady production, making for a twisting and turning synth concoction that challenges the rapper to the best of his abilities.

West follows the lead of the buzzing industrial sounds, starting with a more gruff and bassy delivery, before opening up into a more pop-minded hook when the keys get a little more colorful. The song is a message to the women in his life, letting them know up-front that he's not ready to settle down any time soon.

Anyone who's been following West through the release of his Indigo EPs should find something to like here, but the new territory also showcases his growth as an artist. Look out for West's LW2016 project coming soon.

Quotable Lyrics:
I got some hoes in New York
This bitch always want me to stay
She want me to stay for a week
I'm just gonna stay for a day

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User  Rating:
very hottttt
81% (24)
Rate it!
audience rating
16 VERY HOTTTTT
2 HOTTTTT
3 MEH
2 NOT FEELING IT
1 MAKE IT STOP
User Rating:
81% (24)

On "LMK," Lil West isn't ready to settle down, both musically and romantically.


Delaware's Lil West is back with another record, further exploring his range as a vocalist on "LMK." Teaming with the like-minded Lil Aaron, West takes on some Judge and Dylan Brady production, making for a twisting and turning synth concoction that challenges the rapper to the best of his abilities.

West follows the lead of the buzzing industrial sounds, starting with a more gruff and bassy delivery, before opening up into a more pop-minded hook when the keys get a little more colorful. The song is a message to the women in his life, letting them know up-front that he's not ready to settle down any time soon.

Anyone who's been following West through the release of his Indigo EPs should find something to like here, but the new territory also showcases his growth as an artist. Look out for West's LW2016 project coming soon.

Quotable Lyrics:
I got some hoes in New York
This bitch always want me to stay
She want me to stay for a week
I'm just gonna stay for a day

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