Tuki Carter ft. Lavi$h - Snoozing

Posted 3 years ago
808 Blake [for SMKA]

Time to break out the Folgers, crack open the Red Bull, and chug down a 24-Hour Energy like it was a tequila shot because Atlanta spitter Tuki Carter is allowing for zero Snoozing on his latest single. Although the Lavi$h-assisted record may only last a little under three minutes, the Taylor Gang emcee who doubles as a tattoo artist doesn’t hesitate to awaken those who may have found themselves sleeping on the Wiz Khalifa-led label. Backed by production from 808 Blake of Atlanta-based beatsmith crew SMKA, Carter informs, “Keep it on the real, ain’t nobody out there doing what we doing for real/ Ain’t nobody doing what we doing and keeping it real.” Try not to get caught Snoozing when the Taylor Gang wordsmith’s forthcoming Atlantafornication project is released in the near future.

Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down to view the 335mm-directed Snoozing visual.

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