Shy Glizzy Delivers His Latest Project "Covered N' Blood"

Shy Glizzy is back with a new project.

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Shy Glizzy's been grinding like crazy over the years, steadily dropping new music for his fans as his profile gets bigger and bigger. In October, the rapper released his project, Fully Loaded which featured some of the biggest names in rap such as Rick Ross, Youngboy Never Broke Again, Smokepurpp, Gunna, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, and many more. He hasn't released much music since then with the exception of March's "Volcano" but he has been dishing out solid visuals for the tracks off of Fully Loaded. Now, he's returned with a brand new project to ride out to for the spring.

Shy Glizzy's back with his latest project, Covered N' Blood. Strapped up with thirteen tracks, Glizzy enlists Youngboy Never Broke Again and 3 Glizzy for help. The project opens up with the previously mentioned single, "Volcano." Glizzy also pays homage to the late Nipsey Hussle on "Ridin Down Slauson."

Peep his new project below. 


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