Lil Migo holds it down with the arrival of “Large Dog,” the lead single off his spic and span collection “Lord Of The Trap.”
Lil Migo as of late dropped off his pristine collection King Of The Trap, including appearances from 42 Dugg, Moneybagg Yo, Blac Youngsta, Rich The Kid, and then some – you can tune in to the whole venture here. For an early example, consider the lead single “Huge Dog,” which puts Lil Migo̵7;s gifts in plain view over a minor-key snare banger.
Regardless of the up-rhythm speed of the instrumental, Lil Migo picks to pull back his stream, his Memphis strut clear in his quality. On the off chance that she see this ice I’ll wager the bank she’ll come screw me around evening time,” he cautions. “Can’t fuck with squalid n***as, they be the ones that come end your life.” He continues to switch up the stream for the subsequent refrain, keeping things drawing in as he shoots lines at a quick speed. “Four in the pineapple Fanta, feeling like Michael with Dirty Diana,” he raps. “Glock on me, no MC Hammer/you attempt me you presumably get executed up on camera.”
In spite of the fact that his rap name may not be the most unique moniker on the planet, it is incautious to rest on oneself announced King Of The Trap. Look at “Huge Dog” presently, and should you like what you hear, uphold the Memphis rapper’s introduction undertaking and run those numbers up.