Lil Gotit has only gotten bigger since 2018 and the release of Wok is the calm before the storm.
ATL’s own Lil Gotit releases his first song of the year “Wok.” After a quiet second half of 2020, he’s back and set out to be the next GOAT out of Atlanta. Released alongside a literal fire music video, Gotit immediately picks up where he left off.
Lil Gotit first started making music in his teen years with his older brother Lil Keed. Putting out music since 2018, he has released two projects every year since. His 2020 project Hoodbaby 2, piled up a whopping 50 million streams and featured a series of big name collaborations including Gunna and his own brother Lil Keed. With growth shown on every project, the 21 year old flexes his pen on this latest single.
Produced by Money Musik, trunk rattling drums and swinging synths fill the atmosphere for Lil Gotit’s rhymes. He takes over and robs a liquor store in the music video as if to portray his motive to take over the rap game. Gotit has a need for recklessness. He’s willing to flame any rapper that dares to get in his way. He raps,
He talkin’, we see him and drive-by that shit / Like Nike, we get him and check off that list / Our G’s gettin’ rich and we die ’bout this shit / Too toxic, I fucked her and left her alone, new body / I got the ball, then got to throwing, then dropping
Lil Gotit has only gotten bigger since 2018 and the release of Wok is the calm before the storm. A future album is expected to drop this year and when it does, Lil Gotit will be a force to be reckoned with.
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Grant Boyer is a hip hop head at heart from Chicago, IL. Some of his all-time favorite artists are J. Cole, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, and Biggie. When he’s not writing, he’s playing his Nintendo Switch, watching Seinfeld reruns, and collecting vinyl and cool hip hop collectibles. The coolest hip hop collectible he owns is an original Jay-Z Dead Presidents cassette from 1995. He’s also wondering if anybody has a working cassette player he can borrow.