YP - Trade It All

Posted 4 years ago

After taking a brief trip To The Moon just days ago, Chicago emcee YP contiues to give fans a taste of what they can expect on his upcoming mixtape No Doz thanks to his latest song release. While To The Moon was heavily thought provoking, the emcee’s latest cut Trade It All serves as a celebratory record for the Universal Republic signee. YP speaks on his gradual come up as he raps, “All the nights out in the cold remember those/ See all those losers need to know is I’m winning yo.” The rest of the record serves as a lyrical whirlwind of champagne, centerfold models, and fast whips which is all set to Hit-Boy‘s combination of drum rolls and light keys. Lookout for both Trade It All and To The Moon when YP’s No Doz mixtape is released next week Monday, on August 13.

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