Making it out of the ghetto isn’t so hard. Actually, escaping the poverty trap prevalent in your neighborhood depends on your mindset—not your bank account.
Make a plan to leave and watch it come to fruition with hard work and perseverance. On the new single, “You Know That,” L.A. musician Garren and Atlanta vocalist YFN Lucci share their motivational tale of escaping that other “Belly of the Beast.”
Backed by magnetic production, the Think It’s A Game Records labelmates trade verses on staying ahead. The verses from the two artists do not only complement each other, they sound like they were meant to coexist.
And like many artists on the rise, there’s plenty more magnetic tracks where this came from. “You Know That” comes a month after Garren dropped the instinctual “LA $hit” and “Wrong Way.”
Both singles, which touch on South-Central L.A. street culture, originally premiered during Ebro Darden‘s DJ set via Beats-1 radio.
Fresh off the release of his debut EP Long Live Nut, YFN is the next artist to watch from ATL. Long Live Nut, a tribute to YFN’s fallen mentor, features appearances from Boosie Badass and Rick Ross. Geesh, with all this potential it’s no wonder the street verse slanging youth from South-Central and ATL prodigy blend well together.
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