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Pooh Shiesty drops “Neighbors” featuring Big 30

The track is the final preview before ‘Shiesty Season’ officially arrives.

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Pooh Shiesty is officially set to unleash Shiesty Season tonight (Feb. 5), and has dropped off one last taste of the project before fans get the full thing. He linked up with Big 30 for his newest cut “Neighbors,” which sees Pooh open up the track:

The chopper stay so close to me that you’d think we neighbors. This pussy not what he ‘posed to be, ‘cause his momma raised him./ We had a kill shot on his head, but I think God saved him. You never walked up hit your man, you prolly never graced him./ Yeah, I’m a real gangster, did some shit you can’t rehearse. My pockets used to hurt, now I get racks to spit a verse./ God blessed me with some accuracy on the day I was birthed. Every time we get the drops, I’m the one who gon’ scope it first.

In 2020, Pooh Shiesty released a slew of singles such as “First Day In LA” and “YANO” with frequent collaborator Foogiano, “Twerksum,” ABCGE” featuring BIG30, and “Monday to Sunday” featuring Lil Baby and BIG30. Back in November, Pooh Shiesty enlisted Lil Durk for their collaboration track “Back in Blood.” The official music video was released at the top of this year and features scenes of them partying with their respective crews, and even includes a scene of the late fallen soldier King Von.

Although he’s certainly gaining traction, Pooh Shiesty definitely has some slept-on track.s In a recent sit-down, he reveals what he thinks his most underrated track is. ”’At It Again.’ It got a meaning, too. You gotta know what be going on, keep up with my life. I was just out, this was before I was signed, the police had took everything, so I had nothing. You just gotta know how it be going on, listen to them lyrics.”

Be sure to check out Pooh Shiesty’s brand new track “Neighbors” featuring Big 30 down below.

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