Smoove’L is “4 The Fashion” on brand new single
The new song follows his previous release “Period.”
Ahead of his upcoming debut album, Brooklyn’s very own Smoove’L has delivered a brand new single titled “4 The Fashion,” following his previous single “Period.” On the new track, Smoove spits a confident verse about how he’s the flyest out here:
I be putting on that shit I can’t be no lame. Too hot feeling like live flame. Tell an opp suck my dick I can’t make no change. You should know these bitches all gonna change. That’s the real reason why I jack my game. I wear Dior this shit brand new. I made 10 bands you ain’t make two. I catch a vibe when I’m dripping in the coup. I can make your friends chose me over you. Get off my dick I don’t know you. Five band red bottom Christian Loub. She match my fly she my Christian boo. I swear I feel invincible.
The aforementioned “Period” follows a slew of singles including “Turn Left Turn Right” and “Chrome No Heart.” Smoove’L first took off in 2019 with “New Apollos,” which swiftly gained traction in the NYC streets and was soon blasting through people’s speakers at functions across the city. In an interview from earlier this year, Smoove’L spoke about his influences growing up (or lack thereof):
I really don’t have no influences. I used to listen to A Boogie, he’s around my time that I came out. NBA Youngboy too, but the older I get I’m doing my own stuff now, so like when I do music and I listen to myself, I really think of myself like DMX. Certain songs be real aggressive and other songs will be calm. A lot of the songs I’ve been making I’ve been thinking about DMX. I don’t know why but it’s been in my head. Nowadays I listen to all artists cause there’s always somebody before you. Every artist today had another artist that inspired them wanna make music.
Listen to Smoove’L’s new “4 The Fashion” track down below.
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