LBC rapper Joey Fatts blesses us "562," the first of three songs released today. The Supah Mario produced joint is a family affair, with cousin Vince Staples hopping on to spit a verse. The beat is uplifting with strong Cali vibes, arranged with a glistening wavelike synth and piano chord bookends.
The rappers take turns reflecting on their childhoods, sharing stories about the high school come up and riding in the Caddy with grandpa. The anecdotes are personal and endearing without being overly sentimental, which helps lace this track with a strong sense of nostalgia. The Long Beach cousins have proven to have a successful chemistry, and this is no exception.
No I don't want no Grammy plaques
I just want my grandaddy back
Ridin' in his Cadillac, like 'can I stay from school today?'
Lesson learned you crash and burn