Lacy The Great has released a fire new record titled “No City Girls”. Drawing influences from Lauryn Hill, Nas, UGK, and 8 Ball & MJG, the southern-bred artist has an authentic sound destined for greatness. At this point in his career he has matured as a man, which has heavily influenced his decision making when it comes to women.
As a result, Lacy offers up a more vulnerable track showing a softer side to his music. He exclaims that this single was sparked after a conversation with one of his homeboys. “I told him how she was different. She wasn’t trying to twerk everywhere she went. She wasn’t loud and ghetto and saying n*ggas ain’t sh*t. She was literally a girl my mom would want me to date. I told my homeboy I’m done with “city girls,”.
Some lyrics that stand out the most on this release are “They take all of your money and give you a a baby then fold you, child support yea they knocking you and you ain’t use a Trojan.” These raw and honest lyrics are two reasons why this is his most impressive release to date. His incredible story telling takes this release to new heights as he shows his fans why he deserves some respect on his name.
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