Lil GotIt joins Billyracxx on “LOADED”
The jMyth-produced offering comes courtesy of Producergrind Records.
Producergrind, a record label that caters to up-and-coming beatsmiths, recently held a contest that allowed any and all willing to download a Billyracxx verse and use it to create a song in its entirety, from beat creation to mixing, within 48 hours. As Producergrind head honcho Dylan Burns-Miller further explained via press release, the competition received over 400 entries, from which they found the winning submission created by young Los Angeles upstart jMyth. Following an added contribution from Alamo artist Lil GotIt, that song became what is now known as “LOADED,” a futuristic, genre-bending offering that sees GotIt and Billyracxx trading psychedelic bars sure to require a few plays in order for some older ears to understand.
It’s been a couple of years since Billyracxx dropped his last body of work Religion. Since then, the Houston native has delivered a slew of dope singles, including “City Girls,” “Kill Me,” “Butterfly,” “Melt My Face,” “Darkskin Lenny Kravitz,” and “Florida Water” with Splash Zanotti. Meanwhile, 2020 saw Lil GotIt release Hood Baby 2, his sequel to 2018’s Hood Baby that saw 18 cuts and a slew of features from the likes of Gunna, Future, Lil Yachty, Guap Tarantino, and GotIt’s blood brother Lil Keed, who’s been making big waves in his own right. Repping Atlanta, GotIt also recently joined Keed, Yachty, and Zaytoven on the project A-Team, which contained additional collaborations alongside DYN Finesse, Foolio, and Dae Dae.
Founded in 2014, Producergrind’s main goal is to help producers expand their talents with the help of resources like beat kits, loops, sample packs, and more. Burns-Miller also commands a successful podcast that’s seen noteworthy talents like !LLMIND, DJ Toomp, CashMoneyAP, Honorable C.N.O.T.E., JetsonMade, and Ryan Leslie — all of who made their appearances to provide pertinent information for those looking to follow in their respective footsteps.
Press play on “LOADED” below.
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