Lil GotIt returns with new visual for “Wok”
The Atlanta rapper’s latest is expected to appear on the forthcoming release ‘Top Chef GotIt.’
Back in 2020, Lil GotIt blessed his fans with his latest project Hood Baby 2, an 18-track body of work that saw a slew of appearances from Gunna, Future, Lil Yachty, Guap Tarantino, and blood brother Lil Keed, among others. That same year also saw him teaming up with Keed, Lil Yachty, and Zaytoven for the collaborative effort A-Team, ensuring that GotIt served up more than enough tunes to keep his fans fed.
Currently, the Atlanta rapper is said to be working on his next release titled Top Chef GotIt, and has already kickstarted that campaign with singles like “What It Was” with Future and “Tellin Ya” with Lil PJ. Today, he drops off a new song titled “Wok,” which sees booming production from Money Musik and keeps with the usual, street subject matter that GotIt is popular for:
“Wock’, sippin’ on Tussin, drop, he caught a blessing, opps, they get the message, drop, she teachin’ lessons, I count my backends right up with a K, please don’t put red on my stage, ready to shoot out the Drac’, yeah, keep that blue face in my safe/
“He cappin’ like he got some meat on his taco, we ridin’ with snakes and some capos, slime active, we shootin’ like Rambo, clean up the spot like we came using Draino/”
In related news, this week also saw him celebrating brother Keed’s 22nd birthday, and posted footage of them riding around with frequent collaborator and fellow ATLien Young Thug. In a past interview with REVOLT, Keed spoke on his and his brother’s connection to Thugger, as well as the expectation that they will soon reach the YSL star’s height of success:
“It’s big for them to say that. Then when we’re all around each other, it’s great energy. Thugger’s funny as fuck… And Gunna, Gunna’s funny as hell.”
Press play on “Wok,” as well as its accompanying music video, below.
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