/  12.10.2021

Back in 2019, Soduh blessed his fans with the seven-track EP Gatoraide, which boasted top tier singles like “The Cruddiest” and “Code.” Today (Dec. 10), the Baltimore talent unveiled the official sequel to that project, which contains nine hard-hitting cuts and production from E-Major Unruly, Zeke, and Notorious Nick. In addition to another collaboration alongside Icce on “Blitz Em,” one particular standout from Gatoraide Two is the LuLu P-assisted “Wake Yo Ass Up Twin,” which features clever wordplay that best showcases the duo’s high-end lifestyles:

“Black Bentayga, redneck drinkin’ Jäger, thirty-one shots in the Glock like a Pacer, sellin’ dog food on Doordash, see ya later, on a world tour, I feel like the equator, work came soft, I’ma make the shit hard, through the pandemic, throw the money out a Porsche, I’ma athlete, go ‘head, throw that bitch in sport…”

“Wake Yo Ass Up Twin” also sees a matching visual that gives viewers an in-depth look into Soduh and Marino Infantry‘s New York excursion back in September. The Stewdio Visuals-shot clip shows the collective in the midst of one their many famed pop-up shops — you can also see footage of Soduh on-stage through the group’s packed out concert in Manhattan‘s Bowery Electric.

In addition to his Gatoraide series, the past few years have seen Soduh liberating well-received projects like The Crocodile, Top Croc, and Edgar Allen So. The “Freddy K” emcee was also a prominent feature on the second installment of Marino Infantry’s Enter The Infantry series, which made landfall back in July and saw a wealth of contributions from A$AP Ant, A$AP Twelvyy, Baby 9eno, Lil 2 Dow, OG Don 999, and more over a whopping 31 tracks.

Check out both Soduh’s Gatoraide Two and the aforementioned video for “Wake Yo Ass Up Twin” with LuLu P below.


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