It’s a Milwaukee and Detroit link up in Lakeyah’s brand new single “313-414” featuring Tee Grizzley. The Quality Control rapper pairs the new track with the announcement of her forthcoming project My Time with DJ Drama as part of the historic Gangsta Grillz saga. The upcoming body of work already has plenty to be excited for as confirmed features include Tyga, Moneybagg Yo, Tee Grizzley, and QC’s Bankroll Freddie.
Back in April, QC’s very own Lakeyah unleashed her latest body of work In Due Time and has been spoiling fans with consistency in terms of fly visuals. First leading with the lavish “Easy” video, then the Gucci Mane-assisted “Poppin’” cut, then “Too Much,” “Perfect” featuring Yung Bleu, she continued with “Young And Ratchet” and kept her momentum going to set up her stage perfectly for My Time to arrive.
The aforementioned In Due Time project includes features from Gucci Mane, Yung Bleu, and boasts production credits from names like Hitmaka, OG Parker, G Styles, and multiple cuts handled by Heavy. She’s kept busy this year by consistently releasing music videos to accompany her tracks from her previous project Time’s Up. Earlier this year, Lakeyah was living lavish in her visual for “Big,” which was a follow up for cuts like “Worst Thing,” “Hit Different,” “Female Goat” and “Pop Out.”
In terms of what Tee Grizzley has been up to, he dropped off his third studio LP Built For Whatever back in may, which contains 19 new tracks and additional appearances from King Von, Quavo, Young Dolph, YNW Melly, Lil Durk, Lil Tjay, Big Sean, G Herbo, Baby Grizzley, and more. The project peaked within the top 20 of the Billboard 200 thanks to about 24,000 first week album equivalent units.
Be sure to press play on Layekah’s brand new track “313-414.”
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