With "Awwsome," DMV spitter Shy Glizzy had himself his first bonafide hit. Now that he's substantially ballin' (swish!), he's attracted a huge remix of the track, nabbing 2 Chainz and A$AP Rocky for the assists.
Shy Glizzy recently returned to two of his break-out singles, offering up a big remix for "Awwsome" with 2 Chainz and A$AP Rocky, as well as a "White Girl" remix with Lil Durk. The DMV native is currently prepping his Law 3 mixtape with DJ Drama, to follow up 2013's Law 2.
The highly-anticipated third chapter of Shy Glizzy's Law series is finally available for download and streaming. The project is filled with highlights, but perhaps none shine brighter than "She Like Me." Produced by David D.A.
Shy Glizzy impressed with his latest offering Young Jefe, which contained his biggest hit thus far, the absurdly catchy, "Awwsome". While the all-star remix came about 10 months too late, the ASAP Rocky-and-2 Chainz-asssisted record gave Glizzy's single a second wind.
Listen to Southside , the latest track from Shy Glizzy, featuring Wale. The cut dropped on Thursday, June 7th, 2012. Shy Glizzy's future brightens with every new release, and Southside certainly isn't an exception.
Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga” craze is in full effect. After hearing several artists tackle the Jahlil Beats-produced beat, including French Montana’s official remix earlier today, Shy Glizzy decides to join in on the fun and deliver his own freestyle.
K.E. On The Track has been pretty prolific these days, offering up new music he's worked on with rappers across the map, almost weekly. Last week he delivered a collaboration with Rich The Kid, "Gettin' To The Money", and today he heads to the DMV to connect with Shy Glizzy and Goo Glizzy for "Fxck The Robber."
Shy Glizzy has steady been creating buzz for himself since his first Law mixtape, since that time, he's dropped Law 2 and today, Young Jefe. With "Awwsome" currently buzzing in the DMV, the rapper is no doubt looking to get another hit off his new tape Young Jefe.
Shy Glizzy is a promising new rapper from DC, something he proved on last year's underrated Law 2 mixtape. "Wassaname" originally appeared on the tape with an appearance from ATL feature assassins Migos.
We just heard from Shy Glizzy last week, when Lil Bibby hopped on his Metro Boomin-produced track "Wassaname" for the remix. The rapper returns today, bringing Young Scooter with him for "Medellin", an ode to the Columbian city.
Shy Glizzy's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Wassaname (Prod. By Metro Boomin) is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Shy Glizzy stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.