Pooh Shiesty upgrades ‘Shiesty Season’ with ‘Spring Deluxe’
The Memphis star adds four new cuts to his debut release.
Back in February, Pooh Shiesty unveiled his official debut project Shiesty Season, a 17-track offering with additional features from Lil Durk, Gucci Mane, BIG30, 21 Savage, Veeze, Foogiano, Tay Keith, Choppa Wop, and Lil Hank. The mixtape proved to be a critical and commercial success, as Shiesty recently announced on social media, while also hinting at new music:
“Over 500k sold on Shiesty Season … now that we Gold Im ready for a Deluxe… what ya’ll think??”
Today, the Memphis star liberates Shiesty Season – Spring Deluxe, which adds on four fresh cuts for his fans to enjoy. One of the biggest standouts is the DJ Pain 1, JDFeng, and Gold Haze-produced “Switch It Up,” which features G Herbo and No More Heroes. Originally teased back in January, the bass-heavy cut sees the collaborators delivering street tales and flexing about their wealth and hard-earned successes:
“Just sit back, see how I play it, Shiesty switched it up a notch, let the dope cook on the stove, we turn the eye down, watch the pot, 1017 ‘round my chain so I tote the same ‘mount of shots, Palm Angels denim huggin’ me, pockets keep growin’, knots…”
“I ain’t gon’ lie, I ain’t never wanted to sign to nobody … It’s just my mentality. Even though in the city, you gotta sign to either one of them: Paper Route or CMG. So before Wop came, I’m still Choppa Gang that’s my name. I wanted it be like, ‘Why you can’t sign to Chopper Gang, CMG or Paper Route?’ Then Wop came, boom. Perfect.”
Press play on Pooh Shiesty’s Shiesty Season – Spring Deluxe.
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