Delaware's Lil West is a name you should get familiar with by now. We've featured him on the site on numerous occasions and he's consistently delivered fire with every release. Today, A3C unveils his contribution to their compilation record with "Heart4over."
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West's deep voice and dark production choices are bound to put you in a trance. It's a signature sound that's been compatible with the work he's done with Night Lovell, Rich The Kid and 21 Savage. He delivers that same vibe on "Heart4over." It's a dark and grungy love ballad with goth tones to the lyrics. His voice is doused in auto-tune and the haunting production gives vibes of Travis Scott's mixtape work. It's another solid single from Lil West and continues to add to his solid catalog.
Since dropping his mixtape Indigo in 2015, he's been on a steady roll. The mixtape helped him gain a major buzz online and he took advantage of the moment. He's dropped at least one project per year since then. In May 2016, his That's Too Much mixtape dropped and then he quickly followed that up with the sequel to Indigo. Most recently, he finally dropped his long-awaited major studio album LW17. The project helped launch his career to another level and he's slowly working his way up for world domination. LW17 had contributions from other up-and-comers such as Kodie Shane and a slew of producers as well.
This is actually the third joint he's dropped so far this month, which no one is complaining about. Earlier in October, he dropped the eerie and haunting single "FMLB" which was produced by his frequent collaborator, Dmac. He later featured on nothing, nowhere's "REM" joint just last week. With the influx of music he's released these past few months, hopefully we see a new project from him soon.
She ain't even know I went back and ran to my ex
Delete all the texts
That bitch paying attention to all of my raps