This is as good a time as any to come forward with a solid YNW Melly feature, as the well could dry up at any given time - with the possibility of the death penalty being levied against him over his double murder case. In the meantime, Melly's good name is being carried forth by a couple of lesser-known artists he's been campaigning with in secret.
Without further ado, I present to you A1gento, a rapper with a limited footprint on the Internet, and henceforth a seemingly "limitless" set of options he can choose from, should he leverage the Melly-co-sign into something noteworthy. Unfortunately, if nothing comes of this, the "Free Melly" tag on his YouTube submission will keel over into scar tissue. That isn't to say YNW Melly should be regarded as a villain unless the circumstantial evidence points us in that direction. But to mark your grand entrance with YNW Melly in your music video is one helluva bold statement at this moment in time.
"Miami Vibes" is also noted for a Spanish-only verse provided by the other featured guest, Cuban rapper Jay Maly. In addition to Maly's persuasive influence on the record itself, Trippie Redd pops up in video in a non-speaking role. Let us know what you think of A1gento at this early stage in his career, comment below.
I cuff all the mami's
They come from Miami
Shorty so gone off the molly
When we fuck she be calling me Papi.