However, the sleek rapper has also been known to have masterminded other scorchers including “Too Much,” which featured Kwesta, “Slay,” “TXI,” and his flagship piece, “Forever,” with AKA, just to mention a few.
This way, he brings all of the status and clout to bare as he flosses and flaunts on his track record on “Awake And Without The Fake.”
As produced by usual suspect, Ellputo, Laylizzy simply would go on to make a mockery of bars as he continues to assert the fact that he is still the best to ever do it even a decade after.
You just wouldn’t fault such assertions with the breezy, wavy and dreamy lyrical firepower which Laylizzy adds to the total package, overall and offering of “Awake And Without The Fake.”
You definitely need to ramp up your own street credibility with this latest dose off the stash and stables of Laylizzy.
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