Young Scooter ft. Rick Ross, Birdman & Gucci Mane - Colombia (Remix)

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Lil Lody
Album:
Street Lottery

Birds of a feather flock together, so what better way to prove you’re a big deal than rolling with a posse of rap kingpins?  An unsigned Booth newcomer based out of Atlanta, Georgia, Young Scooter has managed to recruit Rick Ross, Birdman and Gucci Mane for the official remix of coke-slinging mixtape cut Colombia. Lil Lody‘s low-key trunk-rattler of an instrumental, the artist and his heavyweight collaborators rhyme about their shared love for the titular country, Cuban women and pushing that white powder. Feeling it? You can find the original version of Columbia and much more on the headliner’s Street Lottery street album, available online as of January 1.

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