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  /  02.16.2021

 

After teasing a Valentine’s Day release back in January, Lil Mosey lived up to his promise and dropped his new love-stained track “Enough.” On the song, the Seattle artist sings to his significant other about being able to provide the two with a better life as he slides over a melodic beat from Danish producers Benjamin Lasnier and Nicki Pooyandeh:

Show me what you made of. I know she finna ride, why you hate us?/ Thinkin’ it’s better you not famous. Nobody speak our language, Rolls-Royce slidin’ (Slidin’), love when I see you smilin’. Just know it’s gon’ be alright/ Like, whose business they mindin’? I’m like, I’m like, “What you wanna do?” Let’s set the mood, worry ‘bout who. Don’t matter who, ‘cause I rock wit’ you. Don’t need their love, I just feel your love. I just need your trust.

Last year, Lil Mosey grabbed his first Billboard Hot 100 top-ten record with “Blueberry Faygo.” The triple-platinum single peaked at No. 8 on 100 and went No. 1 on Billboard’s US Rhythmic Chart. He released his Certified Hitmaker (AVA Leak) project last August, then followed up later on with three new songs, including “Back At It” featuring Lil Baby and “Top Gone” with Lunay. To close out 2020, he joined forces with Hitmaka for his scorching single “Jumpin Out the Face.”

In terms of features, Mosey grabbed an appearance on Trippie Redd’s Pegasus album, and he also teamed up with Tyga and WhoHeem for the “Let’s Link (Remix), and then with Tyga once again for their light-hearted tune “Krabby Step” with Swae Lee for The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run movie. Mosey’s 2020 success also landed him on Billboard’s 21 under 21 list.

Be sure to watch Lil Mosey’s new video for his “Enough” track down below.

 

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