Cutty Cartel ft. Lil Scrappy - Thirsty

Posted 8 years ago
Willy WIll

If you find that singer Cutty Cartel’s voice has a familiar tone, it’s probably because he has graced your eardrums before. His distinctive Decatur, Georgia, smoothness laced the YoungBloodz85 and Trillville’s bed shaking anthem, Some Cutt.  Now, he plays headliner on Thirsty, a barfly’s beer-goggled vision of that shawty in the club. On his debut single, Cutty tells us how thirsty a certain lady has made him, and does so with the help of trill drinking partner, Lil’ Scrappy.  There’s nothing holding these two Southern gents back from getting their swerve on over a synth-keyboard from producer Willy Will.  Cutty Cartel’s currently-untitled debut album has no release date set.

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