If you’re wondering where Lil Gotit stands, he shared his sentiments in the video for “Bricks In The Attic,” carrying a sign that reads, “F*** 12,” intermittently throughout the video (see below gif). When he’s not cursing out law enforcement in the video, he’s taking a chainsaw to a cash-filled mattress, hanging with his boys, and enjoying the company of a beautiful lady on the aforementioned mattress.
“Bricks In The Attic,” is the first track off Gotit’s recently released Hood Baby 2. A tape that demonstrates the rapper’s artistic evolution–his flows hit harder, his ad-libs are wilder, and his money is longer. Released in April, the mixtape boasts standout tracks like “Drip Day N Night” ft. Gunna and Gotit’s brother Lil Keed and “Yeah Yeah,” featuring Keed and Future and features appearances from Lil Yachty, Guap Tarantino, and more. Hood Baby 2 is Gotit’s second tape of 2020, following Superstar Creature, an 11-track collaborative project with London On Da Track, which features appearances from Polo G, Young Nudy, and Slimelife Shawty.
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