Atlanta's reign as one of the most influential hubs in hip hop doesn't look like it'll slow down anytime soon. It's a city that's not only managed to adapt to what else is going on in hip hop but helped bring the genre to where it is right now. Artists like Gucci Mane, T.I. and Jeezy brought trap to the mainstream while artists like Migos, Future and Young Thug have helped it evolve. Those artists would ultimately influence the younger generation that are just beginning to emerge. Today, three of Atlanta's young, promising talents connect on their new collaboration, "Slowly."
Nessly, Lil Yachty and Yung Bans get together for their new track, "Slowly." The new song was released through Adam22's newly founded, No Jumper Records. "Slowly" focuses more on the melodies as opposed to the bars. The release follows Adam22's previously curated collaboration with Blocboy JB and Tay-K on "Hard."
All three artists on the song have released some sort of project within the past few months. Yachty's fresh off the release of Lil Boat 2 while Nessly dropped Wildflower at the top of March. Yung Bans also dropped his Yung Bans Vol. 4 project towards the end of March.
Neck so lit, get a sun tan
Say my name three times, pop up Candyman
Brought my bitch on a jet, she came straight from Cuba
She ain't got a visa, guess I call her contraband