Lil Tjay releases “None Of Your Love” track
The song was initially teased years ago, and is now finally officially available to enjoy.
“None Of Your Love” by Lil Tjay has finally made its way to streaming services, and a quick scan of the YouTube comments will show plenty of true Lil Tjay fans reminding people this track is no new reveal. The rapper interpolates Justin Bieber’s January 2010 monstrous breakout hit “Baby,“ and the track was never released on streaming services due to Tjay being unable to clear the sample, until now. On the track, Lil Tjay gets candid about girls who initially didn’t give him the time of day, only to return after seeing his success:
I don’t want none of your love, I can name all the lies that you told me. It’s crazy ‘cause I really gave you my trust. Before the fame, you ain’t think I would make it. But baby girl, now I’ma show you what’s up, and it’s a shame I just had to be patient. I swear on my mother I’m ‘bout to blow up, you think I’m stupid, bitch now you really a dub. I don’t want none of your love.
Lil Tjay released the well-received EP State Of Emergency back in May, which saw seven tracks and features from Jay Gwuapo, Sheff G, Sleepy Hallow, Fivio Foreign, and the late Pop Smoke. One of the tracks, “Zoo York,” also saw an even bigger remix with the additions of French Montana following the original’s release. Tjay could also be heard handing out assists on tracks like Polo G’s “First Place” and Pop Smoke’s “Mood Swings.” He liberated his debut studio album True 2 Myself in 2019 which saw 17 tracks and features from Rileyy Lanez, Jay Critch, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and Lil Wayne. Since then, The New York artist has delivered loose singles like “Go In,” “20/20,” “First Place” with Polo G, “Move On,” and “Losses.”
Listen to Lil Tjay’s “None Of Your Love” song down below.
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