Tayyib Ali - Came Up

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Ever since Tayyib Ali Came Up, his name has been on the lips of fly women in his hometown and beyond. On his latest promo single, coming on the heels of May’s Do It (High School Dropout), the Philly representative takes a moment to celebrate the positive effects his success has had on his love life, even though—as he makes clear in his self-assured verses—his constant hustle prevents him from taking full advantage of all that female attention. 3rdEyeLover mans the boards, cooking up a head-noddable arrangement driven by hazy synths. Came Up isn’t part of a larger set, but we’ll keep you posted on Tayyib Ali’s plans as further details emerge.

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