Back in Februrary, SNOT unleashed his Ethereal project, a 14-track body of work that boasts a strong list of features including Juicy J, A$AP Rocky, Trippie Redd, Kevin Abstract, Joey Bada$$ and newcomer Teddi Jones. Since its release, fans have been able to enjoy exciting visuals for cuts like “Benzo,” “5AM,” and the A$AP Rocky-assised “Doja.”
Today (July 8), SNOT makes his return to share his brand new single “Ms. Porter.” The track is equipped with a feature from Night Lovell, and the two rappers are no stranger to collaboration thanks to their “Humans” record that made landfall back in 2020. On the new song, the duo joins forces over a dreamy beat to match their flows:
Can you hear me now? Screamin’ out loud (Go)/ Even though it’s in my brain (Woo), even though I got this pain, even though I’m in the rain (Brr)/ While my brain out, Kurt Cobain, still sat with these balminess (Yeah)/ Stuff a white coke Mary Jane (Go) put the blame on all my name
I’ma sad white cryin’ out flame (Huh) walk around like it’s my business (Yeah)/ Even though I got no witness (Fuck) I’ma flex on n***as, no fitness/ Yeah, for the life of me, just try to get away from me
Currently, SNOT is blessing many stages in cities across the country on the “Grey Day Tour” with the $uicideBoy$. His last body of work before the aforementioned Ethereal was his 2020 album, Beautiful Havoc. In terms of visuals from Beautiful Havoc, we have been able to enjoy cuts like “Life,” “Like Me” with iann dior and “Sangria” with Denzel Curry.
Be sure to press play on “Ms. Porter” by SNOT featuring Night Lovell down below.
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