Produced by DJ Spinz, the new track has Thugger Thugger rapping over bombastic, piano-led production, delivering a more ad-lib-filled performance than his more orthodox, verse-centric take on the first track this morning. "Slime," "YSL" and "Sheesh" all make several appearances, and despite short bouts of singing, Thugger keeps his pitch relatively stagnant throughout the song -- a rarity at this point in his unpredictable career.
Y'all feel this?
If I ever take a trip to the chain gang, you know they embracing lil' homie
The warden on me, they pour it on me, you think it's a dream, you blurry on me
My skin is tatted you can tour on it, matter fact you can explore on it
You should go down on your numbers, my nigga you over-exaggerating, plural