Back in June, Lil GotIt unveiled his fourth studio LP Top Chef GotIt, a 15-track offering that saw additional features from Gunna, Young Thug, Yak Gotti, Lil PJ, NAV, Millie Go Lightly, and blood brother Lil Keed, who appeared on the Hurtboy AG and West-produced “Get N Dere Gang.” Since then, the Atlanta star has continued to remain on the scene via notable appearances on Drummy Boy’s “Wake Up,” Danny Wolf’s Dark Nights in Paradise, 1MILL’s “Breathe,” and ryderoncrack’s “perc cobain” — he also reconnected with Lil PJ for “Father’s Day” back in September.
Yesterday (Dec. 8), GotIt returned with a new single titled “Walk Down,” a collaboration alongside CEO Trayle, Lil Double 0, and Biggz that sees the artists keeping the song’s subject matter very street-oriented:
“Catch ’em comin’ through the cut, he lackin’, wrong day, filled ’em up wit’ hollow rounds, I did her son the wrong way, stayin’ down to get this paper, I’m locked in, all ten to the streets, no industry, i’m in the streets, every day I tote the heat, you play wit’ fire, you catch the cannon, and you know I move the streets, surround myself ’round real gangstas, I clear hammers, I handle mine, I spin yo’ shit at any time, you all business, that crossed my mind, you picked yo’ side, now walk the line, you caught slippin’, didn’t cost a dime…”
The accompanying clip for the Dirty Sosa, BEATSAINTFREE JG, and Hurtboy AG-backed effort comes courtesy of ShotByWolf and NelShotIt and keeps things to the point, with shots of the collaborators and their respective crews mobbing heavy in different locations within and around a high-end residence.
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