Young Money ft. Gucci Mane - Steady Mobbin’

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Kane Beatz
Album:
We Are Young Money

In an average week, approximately 500 previously-unreleased Lil Wayne records hit the net.  Since we at the Booth prefer quality to quantity, we tend to hold off on the bulk of them, only featuring the tracks officially endorsed by either the artist or the producer.  In this case, Orlando producer Kane Beatz leaked one of his Weezy collabos—what about the record was burning a hole in their zip drive, you may ask?  Just listen and see! On We Be Steady Mobbin’, Mr. Out-of-His-Mind spits some of his most unpredictable verses in recent memory, and fellow “buzz of the South” artist Gucci Mane steps up to the mic midway through with a few (more coherent) bars of his own.   Eccentrically creative and at times nonsensical, We Be Steady Mobbin’ fits right in with the rest of Wayne’s leaked discography, and should help hold fans over till The Rebirth hits stores August 18th.

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