Baltimore’s very own Shordie Shordie makes his return returns with the new single and video “Counter.” The new offering follows his recent intimate song “Specific” featuring Blxst from September and these tracks serves as Shordie’s first solo music since his February project with Murda Beatz, Memory Lane. The new video for “Counter” finds Shordie and his girl in an intimate setting. As he goes to show her off at a party with his whole squad, he’s simultaneously spitting his intro bars:
Here’s my number, hope you don’t ignore me (Yung Lan on the track) if I broke your heart, that was truly the old me/ Movin’ through your city, like they meet the OG beat that pussy purple, free my n***a 03/ Say your best time was when we cuddle, when we go to sleep
Best now that n***a took a break, you let him leave, Just now I say it, bet there ain’t no better me/ To pick you up, you get to fuckin’ on the couch, she even like it on the counter/ Shе like sleepin’ good, can afford my bed, don’t wanna go nowherе that I’m goin’ less
The aforementioned Memory Lane is a 12-track effort that saw a single assist from Trippie Redd on the standout single “LOVE.” Prior to that, he blessed his exponentially growing fanbase with the top tier projects Music and Captain Hook, the latter of which was led by the Platinum-certified single “Betchua (Bitchuary).”
Before going solo, Shordie Shordie broke through the proverbial mold as a member of Peso Da Mafia, the group behind the street classic LP Never A Drought and well-received singles like “TSAY,” “Money Man,” “Look At Me,” and “Too High.” Soon after, he would partner up with Warner Records.
Be sure to press play on Shordie Shordie’s brand new song “Counter.”