Shy Glizzy Songs

  • Why You Mad
    Why You Mad
    Even with multiple hits on the charts right now, Fetty Wap continues to pump out new music like he’s an aspiring rapper just trying to make a name for himself. Last week, the Jersey sensation dropped off the random track “1738”, and now today he’s back with another one, this time linking up with fellow XXL Freshman Shy Glizzy for “Why You Mad”.
  • Head Huncho
    Head Huncho
    Shy Glizzy has always been very open about his Atlanta influence, and Migos are the perfect collaborators to match his infectiously catchy nasal flows. Quavo takes hook duties (an always successful formula), while Quavo and Glizzy each kick 16s. It's everything you'd want out of a collaboration between the two acts, and we're sure it'll get plenty of play in both DC and Atlanta.
  • Poppin (Freestyle)
    Poppin (Freestyle)
    So far we've heard Meek Mill, French Montana, Gunplay, and many more go in over Rico Richie's "Poppin" instrumental, and now Shy Glizzy and his crew are taking their turn. While hailing from DC, Glizzy has always favored Atlanta-leaning production, collaborating with Zaytoven and the like, so Rico's record is pretty comfortable territory for him.
  • We Here
    We Here
    Johnny Cinco of Quality Control affiliation makes a swift return after hitting us with "Knew That." The Hoodrich Juan Pablo-featured song didn't fare too well on the site, with a strong user-rating of "MEH," so we'll have to see if this Shy Glizzy collaboration is able to surpass that.
  • When I'm Bored (Remix)
    When I'm Bored (Remix)
    Ever get bored? Need some ideas for how to cure your lethargy? Yung Simmie and and Shy Glizzy have a couple ideas for you, but one listen to their new collaboration should be a big step away from your dull existence. Yung Simmie is yet another Floridian rapper with some ties to Raider Klan who has since stepped away fro lo-fi Three 6 obsession to explore new territory (Denzel Curry being a recent example).
  • We Them Dudes
    We Them Dudes
    Wiz Khalifa's "We Dem Boyz" was a surprise summer hit, so who'd to say Shy Glizzy's "We Them Dudes" can't impact in the same way this year. Teaming up with Atlanta's YFN Lucci, Shy Glizzy's new record is a much more frantic squad anthem, with the hook being delivered with plenty more urgency than Wiz's beautifully lazy, "Hol' Up" refrain.
  • Going Down
    Going Down
    Yesterday, the 2015 XXL Freshman list was revealed, and for the most part, people were happy with the selections (at least relatively speaking). While a few rappers seemed to have their spots on lock, Shy Glizzy was not necessarily assumed to make the cut, but thankfully, he and his prayer hands were smack in the middle of the cover.
  • Funeral
    Revisiting last year’s Law 3: Now or Never mixtape, Shy Glizzy decides to come through and revive his track “Funeral”, with an additional verse from the Snowman.
  • Gutta
    On Monday night, Young Money Yawn released his new DJ Drama-hosted mixtape Street Gospel 2. Laced with 15 songs, the project features guest appearances from some of the more bigger names in the industry, including Pusha T, Juicy J, Young Dolph, Shy Glizzy, and more.
  • Score
    In the relatively short period of time we've been hip to his music, Shy Glizzy's made it well-known that he's a fan of basketball metaphors (swish). Today, he keeps that reputation going with "Score," a song with artwork that shows someone double-fisting the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy and a handgun with an extendo. 
  • Anotha Plug
    Anotha Plug
    Chubbie Baby may have been absent for a minute, but the rapper makes a hard-hitting return today with the first single off his upcoming album. The rapper is currently prepping Millions In The Kitchen, which is apparently stacked with features-- starting with the single itself, featuring Shy Glizzy and Cap 1. This one is strictly for the streets, if the title "Anotha Plug" didn't already tip you off. 
  • Trap Queen (Freestyle)
    Trap Queen (Freestyle)
    Trap queens don't come realer than Elvira Hancock. Yes, Michelle Pfeiffer's "Scarface" character appears on the artwork for Shy Glizzy's new freestyle over Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen," as does Tony Montana himself, and we'd have to say that the cover couldn't be more fitting. Letting Fetty do the infectious hook twice, Glizzy spits a high-octane verse in the middle, adding a nice jolt to the already-ebullient track.  Quotable Lyrics
  • Make The World Go Around
    Make The World Go Around
    Today, South Memphis-bred Young Dolph came through with "Make The World Go Around" featuring Shy Glizzy. This street rap is simple and catchy and definitely the type of song to play while driving around. If you haven't caught Young Dolph's latest mixtape, High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster), then you should.
  • Funeral
    Shy Glizzy dropped his very awwsome Law 3 mixtape earlier in the week, and after making a couple trips through the project, it's clear that "Funeral" is THE record on this one. We didn't know Glizzy could take us to church, but he does just that on the piano-driven, gospel-aided record. 
  • She Like Me
    She Like Me
    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. Doman (of Young Money's "Senile" fame), this Migos-featuring banger is a more than worthy follow-up to Law 2's "Wassaname," the hit collaboration that introduced HNHH readers to Glizzy back in August 2013.
  • What U Talkin Bout
    What U Talkin Bout
    Shy Glizzy keeps the new music coming as we wait on his Law 3 mixtape. The other day he debuted an official music video for Law 3 leak "John Wall" featuring Lil Mouse, produced by Young Chop. Today he's back again with another hot record "What U Talkin Bout." The piano melody on this song goes, and definitely brings up the replay value.
  • John Wall
    John Wall
    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. Now the DC rapper is getting ready to drop his follow up, Law 3 which falls in line after the criminally underrated Law 2.
  • Celebration
    Shy Glizzy recently returned to two of his break-out singles, offering up a big remix for "Awwsome" with 2 Chainz and A$AP Rocky, as well as a "White Girl" remix with Lil Durk.
  • White Girl (Remix)
    White Girl (Remix)
    Shy Glizzy nabbed an appropriate counterpart for the remix of his "White Girl" record, Coke Boy himself Lil Durk. Durk is fresh off the release of his own single, "Jealous," and adds a little bit more energy to Shy's slurred-up flow on "White Girl." Cardo, of course, has to be given props for creating the smooth yet distinctly-Cardo beat.
  • Awwsome (Remix)
    Awwsome (Remix)
    With "Awwsome," DMV spitter Shy Glizzy had himself his first bonafide hit. Now that he's substantially ballin' (swish!), he's attracted a huge remix of the track, nabbing 2 Chainz and A$AP Rocky for the assists. Complete with dope, new cover artwork that shows a girl with a Glizzy chain in her mouth, the remix has Glizzy going in first, and followed by Tity and Rocky. Chainz has lipstick stains on his balls while he debates giving girls his "sausage," and Rocky compares himself to 2Pac (based on his belly tat), and tells us he's got hoes "for days." We believe you bro.
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