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Lil Gotit comes through with “Oh Ok”

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Atlanta’s rising rap star, Lil Gotit comes through with “Oh Ok”.

Born in Atlanta Georgia and raised in South Atlanta, the rapper and songwriter started creating songs at a young age with his older brother Lil Keed, and they both had a song together “Trap Bunkin“.

The youngster, born Semaja Render, is gradually becoming Atlanta’s next hottest rap star. His musical outputs have been making waves recently, grabbing everyone’s attention. He has also been progressive in the release of his songs.

So far, Gotit’s career has been fueled mostly by his blunt responses on social media and in interviews. His debut album “Hood Baby” released last November, is a compiled 18-track album where he rapped about his love for guns, money, and fashion and women.

He featured alongside Keed and Lil Uzi Vert for the song “Heavy Metal“. He also worked with Uzi Vert to release another the song in 2018, titled “Hercules“.

Over a month ago, Gotit dropped a single titled “Pop My Shit, Lil Gotit is celebrating his birthday (August 6) with the release of another new song, “Oh Ok.”

The song which was produced by JetsonMade is delivered in a trunk-rattling, piano-driven arrangement. With a low-key bounce and a banging kick to vibe it up.

On this song, Lil Gotit made some heavy statement with his quotable lyrics;

Could’ve swore I was a kite the way I get high
Opp block shopping when we come in late night
N**** better run when we hit the headlights
Fucking on a bitch, too late, make a right

Stream the new single below.