This is the last time we'll remind y'all that Young Sizzle is Southside's rapping alias because, at this point, he's getting recognized off his mic skills alone. Today, he's brought two new bangers which both find him spitting heavy flames. The first, "Woah Woah," was produced by Fuse of 808 Mafia, and we've got another 808 production on this one, "Grandma," though it's unclear from whom it comes.
It's also unclear where the track's title comes from, though perhaps it's because Sizzle has ripped a page out of grandma's book and come up with an inimitable secret recipe -- but in a different type of kitchen, of course. It's punishing bars over the type of simmering production that Sizzle knows all too well.
Today's songs come soon after Sizzle appeared next to Waka on "New Year." The pair is planning a joint tape, but it's unknown if it will feature Sizzle raps, Southside production, or a combination of both. Regardless, it's not to be missed.
Can't roll blunts with you n*ggas
Take yo' lunch from you, n*gga
I might bust at you, n*gga
Then pull up on you, n*gga
I count money with passion
Screamin' 'muh'fuck this rappin'