Lil West carries a spotless record with him every time he wanders dispiritedly. The Delaware-native has earned himself the reputation of a rapper boasting the powers of a poltergeist, solely by the weight of his words. With Yung Bans jumping in the fray for his latest single "No L's," Lil West barely bats an eye-lash, his poise as unrelenting as the moment he burst upon the scene as a precocious 17-year-old.
As evidenced by the overlying graphics, Lil West is vehemently working towards VEX, his latest EP from which this single is closely drawn. On "No L's," the guest star makes the unexpected a reality, by inadvertently posing as an ally to Michael Jackson, with his allusion to walking on the Moon. In truth, the King of Pop's aspirational career is but one way to surmise the ambition contained within Lil West and his guest, Yung Bans.
Lil West does, in fact, describe the song by using the type of aspirational language you'd associate with an individual whose dreams have grown too big for their hometown, but never out of spite. "This one of them motivational songs," West told The Fader. "All my L’s are lessons learned! When you come up on some good luck this gotta be yo anthem!" Check out "No L's" and be on the lookout for VEX when it drops on March 15th.
Now they mad, now they watching all of my moves
She's so bad that I'll probably go f*ck your boo now
Got this bag, now these b*tches think that I'm cool... no.
- Lil West