Last we heard from Houston's Boston George was in February when he delivered "Rich Off Lean" which featured Future and Lil Boosie. Today he returns with two fellow Houston natives, Slim Thug and singer Rich Andruws, as well as Ricky Rozay.
Ross opens up the track with his verse, while Andruws takes care of the hook, each artist talking about their rise to greatness. Production for "Greatness" comes from T.A. and the track will live on Boston's upcoming Trappin’ In Traffic: BrickTape Vol. 1, which will hopefully elevate his status in the game.
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Money ain't the problem, I just need some place to put it
Head niggas in charge, just look in my garage
His and Hers Ferraris, sometimes I let 'em menage
Money my cologne, money my Patron
I put my money on it, boy I'm shittin' on the throne