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Amidst Gunna’s release from Atlanta’s Fulton County Prison, fans have begun to push further for Young Thug’s freedom on social media. After Thugger made his first court appearance, YSL’s slimes heard Young Thug on a new track. Quincy Lamont Williams – popularly known as PeeWee Longway – released his third studio album ‘Live a Lil’ through EMPIRE records today. The 12-track album features a strong appearance by YSL’s bossman Young Thug.
Titled ‘Live a Lil’, the track features Thugger’s reckless credit card swipes for his women. “I then got rich to the point where you always pay / ‘Cause friend, oh, friend excuse my diamonds bumpin’ on your face,” Thug raps.
Watch the leading visualizer from ‘Live a Lil’ LP here if you haven’t yet.
Read Young Thug’s entire verse on ‘Live A Lil’ below.
“Crybaby, Bethany, we haven’t sent her pay
Got drunk to start chasin’ it, when no one did live
I then got rich to the point where you always pay
‘Cause friend, oh, friend excuse my diamonds bumpin’ on your face
I made her work, uh
I’m on some stuff, and a lil’ this
And a lil’ more
F***** around, I don’t have, boy
I like church, she wanna love him, be in my shadow
I just went and rose gold like a medal, up there, boy
A young nig’ got comfortable enough to show my cash flow
Give a lil’ few five, we kickin’, pimpin’ all that band strokes
I can’t even show my face and love and protect you (Yeah)
You been f***** bitches ever since that n**** left you,” the ‘Outwest’ emcee raps on the verse two of the latest single.
His appearance on ‘Live a Lil’ serves as the follow-up to two massive features on Metro Boomin’s sophomore LP Heroes & Villains. The iconic emcee led Boomin’s ‘Metro Spider’ and ‘Trance’ alongside Houston’s Travis Scott.
Listen to the records below if you haven’t yet.