Wheezy is responsible for the production on some of Young Thug's most restrained and melodic songs. Name a Thugger song that features a beat in a major key, chances are Wheezy produced it.
Wheezy provides another choice beat on "Let it Go," the leadoff track from Ralo's new tape Diary of the Streets 2. The song is all about staying self-motivated and positive in the face of everyday violence in Atlanta's notorious The Bluff. It features Trouble and Young Thug, with whom Ralo formerly had beef. Give it a listen and stream the rest of Diary of the Streets 2 here.
I told my mama she gone see me on that big screen
The judge gave my partner fifteen he was just sixteen
He told me just to take care of the kids and don't forget me
I told em if he need anything you can just hit me