Wavy Navy Pooh Takes On "Who Want Smoke??"

Wavy Navy Pooh is the latest to take on Nardo Wick's viral single.

BYAron A.
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It seems inevitable that Nardo Wick's "Who Want Smoke??" remix won't end up landing on several year-end lists. The gutteral production, high energy, and vicious quotables have transformed the song into a viral sensation that apparently holds some sort of responsibility for a group of high school students getting suspended. However, it's been a favorite in the rap community, especially among rappers who've taken on the record and put their own spin on it.

We've heard Kodak Black and Chief Keef tackle the beat, as well as Don Q. Now, Wavy Navy Pooh put his spin on the record, bringing slick flows and menacing bars into the fold.

Check out the latest from Wavy Navy Pooh below and sound off with your thoughts in the comments.

Quotable Lyrics
Everyday shine, I glisten
I don't talk much, I listen
Hawk a n***a down, leave a n***a on the ground
Face down, get back, get missin'

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