24hrs unleashes new project ‘Real Walker’
The body of work includes guest features from T.I., Ty Dolla, and more.
24hrs has officially revealed Real Walker his latest body of work. The new project is equipped with 12 tracks and arrived paired with a brand new music video as well, the MadeinTYO-assisted “Left Foot Up.” On the song, MadeinTYO opens up with his verse:
Left foot out, yeah, hopped off a Rari, forgot to text me, ooh, yeah, you’re sorry/ Smokin’ on that OG, yeah, that Safari/ Coupe goin’ crazy, Coupe goin’ crazy, left foot out, yeah, hopped off a Rari/ Forgot to text me, ooh, yeah, I’m sorry, smokin’ on that OG, yeah, that Safari/ Coupe goin’ crazy, Coupe goin’ crazy
Then, 24hrs slides in for the smooth hook:
Really love you, love you, you know you gave me double chin, sis/ Matchin’ Evisu, that’s so romantic/ I was lookin’ out the window, saw you speedin’ off, I was hesitant, I didn’t know if I asked right/ I’m speedin’, I’m reminiscin’ ‘bout past life
Prior to the official project release, fans got a taste of what was to come from the official visual for the title track “Real Walker.” Real Walker includes a healthy roster of guest features, including names like T.I., PnB Rock, and Lightshow. The project opens up with the Ty Dolla $ign-assisted “Still Free TC” (which is a nod to one of his most well-loved projects) and ends with “3AM Make It Last.”
24hrs recently joined forces with Jimmy Edgar for their “Notice” track. Prior to that, he released his 12 AM in Atlanta 2 project last year, which is a collab with DJ Drama the second installment of his series. The body of work contained 16 tracks and a long list of features from names like Young Nudy, K CAMP, MadeInTYO, Wiz Khalifa, K Swisha, Ty Dolla $ign, Seddy Hendrix and more.
Be sure to tune into 24hrs’ brand new project Real Walker down below.
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