Metro Boomin simply isn’t playing: this year has seen him deliver heavyweight singles (“No Complaints”) and albums (Gucci Mane‘s DropTop Wop, Without Warning alongside 21 Savage and Offset). This week, he keeps the flames coming with a new single titled “Pull Up N Wreck,” which features 21 and Detroit’s own Big Sean. Fellow producer Southside assisted on the production. As expected, Sean’s lyrical darts are plentiful:
How a n***a changed and still stayed a hundred?
I ran towards change while y’all ran from it
Y’all wanna ball, I’m Stan Van Gundy
She wanna hang with me and ‘Ye, she know that’s good company
I like my skies Carolina blue and white
True one, false move and that could paralyze your life
So understand, I’m the overanalyzing type
Panoramic views while I’m panning out my life…
There’s literally nothing else to say here — press play immediately.
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