Raje ft. Lil Wayne - So Fly

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Raje' , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Real 8
Album:
You're Welcome

When Young Money West‘s flagship artist, Raje, made his Booth debut with the Lil Wayne and Tyga-assisted Loser (Remix), the reviews were mainly negative, with most listeners claiming he was a “Weezy wannabe.”  Hoping to make a better impression this time around, the Inland Empire native trades some more eccentric rhymes with Weezy while showing off his ‘So Fly’ styles.  While some reviewers might be quick to criticize the rapper’s verses, there’s no denying that Real 8 steals the show here with his jazzy, alto saxophone-heavy production.  While Raje’s debut album, You’re Welcome, still has no set release date, keep your eyes open for his contribution to our exclusive freestyle series this April.

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