Young Greatness - Lingo Dripping [New Song]

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Young Greatness delivers another catchy street track with "Lingo Dripping".

I Tried To Tell Em 2, the new mixtape from New Orleans' Young Greatness, features production from Atlanta talents like Dun Deal and Nard & B, but some of the strongest track come from lesser known beatmakers. MariiBeatz and Isaac Flame provide the glossy instrumental for "Lingo Drippin," a slick, melodic street track, where Greatness brags about his hustle and dripping "lingo". In our recent interview with the rapper, he explained that New Orleans vernacular has influenced the rap game at large, as Juvenile's lingo and melodic sense informed Atlanta's more recent wave. His single, "Moolah," is still doing big things, despite being released over a year ago, but it's clear the rapper has plenty more where that came from. Listen to his full new project here.

Quotable Lyrics:
Whip that foreign like it's stolen
All this gold like a trophy
I remember nights momma told me
I was gon' ball just as long as I hustle so hard

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Lingo Dripping

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4 NOT FEELING IT
22 MAKE IT STOP
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Young Greatness delivers another catchy street track with "Lingo Dripping".


I Tried To Tell Em 2, the new mixtape from New Orleans' Young Greatness, features production from Atlanta talents like Dun Deal and Nard & B, but some of the strongest track come from lesser known beatmakers. MariiBeatz and Isaac Flame provide the glossy instrumental for "Lingo Drippin," a slick, melodic street track, where Greatness brags about his hustle and dripping "lingo". In our recent interview with the rapper, he explained that New Orleans vernacular has influenced the rap game at large, as Juvenile's lingo and melodic sense informed Atlanta's more recent wave. His single, "Moolah," is still doing big things, despite being released over a year ago, but it's clear the rapper has plenty more where that came from. Listen to his full new project here.

Quotable Lyrics:
Whip that foreign like it's stolen
All this gold like a trophy
I remember nights momma told me
I was gon' ball just as long as I hustle so hard

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