Without question, both No Savage and Q Da Fool have become two of the biggest artists out of the DMV over the past year or so. On one end, Q Da Fool has managed to release a career’s worth of projects in 2021, including My Heart a Graveyard, Rich Shootas 3, Twin, and the New Year’s Eve drop From Da Cell, the last of which alludes to his current incarceration. Meanwhile, that same timeframe saw No Savage skyrocketing to the upper echelon of D.C. rap scene — both as a solo artist and as a member of Shy Glizzy’s longstanding Glizzy Gang collective. Last month, the 300 Entertainment-signed talent delivered his latest body of work Life Of A Savage 2, which comes with 18 hard-hitting cuts and a couple of assists from Shy and white-hot Alabama rapper NoCap.
Over the weekend, decorated producer Juu2x — who provided the soundscape for a large portion of Life Of A Savage 2 — decided to bring the aforementioned duo together for the sinister-sounding “Lethal,” which is full of the dark, creeping vibes that’s made Juu2x one of the dopest beatsmiths currently out. As expected, both Q Da Fool and No Savage match the soundscape with some street-oriented subject matter:
“A nigga gon’ get what he get, uh, we don’t see shit on the rip, we gon’ shit, I’m damn near breaking my wrist when I hit … this is as real as it get, bitch, you know I’m still on my shit, wake up everyday, gotta catch every hit … I tell her look pretty when she suck the dick, I prayed everyday ’til I ended up rich, we found out his spot and the door got kicked…”
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