Presumably looking to hold her position as one of the illest emcees of the new generation, this week sees Latto blessing the masses with a new freestyle over Kodak Black’s Nightmare Babies standout “Super Gremlin.” Unsurprisingly, the Atlanta star makes quick work of the Jambo and ATL Jacob-produced cut:
“Never too famous to hop on these beats and remind ’em Big Latto as big as it gets, still tryna hear from a nigga I love that switched, but fuck it, I’m burnin’ that bridge, how could you leave me? You know I needed you, daddy, they askin’, “What happened?” but they can’t imagine, I’m lowkey grateful, you made me a savage, the Biggest, the Baddest, I ain’t even cappin’, I’m built like a stallion, the symbol of Sag’s…”
Said freestyle also comes with a video courtesy of Caleb Jermale, which begins with her creating in the studio. That in turn is interspersed with shots of Latto showing out in photoshoots (including one where she’s holding a goat), turning up in the strip club with her crew, and more.
Last year, Latto broke through the proverbial mold with her official debut LP Queen Of Da Souf, a 13-track body of work that saw additional assists from Gucci Mane, City Girls, 21 Savage, 42 Dugg, Saweetie, and Trina — a deluxe edition of the album arrived months later with five extra songs and a collaboration alongside Lil Baby. 2020 also saw her joining the likes of Polo G, NLE Choppa, Jack Harlow, Lil Keed, Fivio Foreign, and Rod Wave as a member of XXL’s coveted Freshman Class. Since then, Latto has become a pretty hot commodity as a featured artists, stealing the spotlight on songs by BRS Kash, Rich The Kid, Chris Brown and Young Thug, Toosii, and French Montana. More recent solo drops like “The Biggest,” “Big Energy,” and “Soufside” are hopefully a sign that a follow-up to Queen Of Da Souf is arriving soon.
Press play on Latto‘s “Super Gremlin” freestyle below.