Polo G is gearing up for his second studio album under Columbia Records, titled The GOAT-- we spoke with him in an interview arriving tomorrow, where he explains the idea behind the title is not just to spark controversy, but represents his Capricorn sign. In the same interview, he sheds some light on this particular posthumous collaboration with the late Juice WRLD, so keep your eyes peeled for it to drop tomorrow.
"Flex" is the posthumous collab in question, which finds the two Chi-town stars linking up over melodic production from Hit-Boy. Polo G has a tendency to work with up-and-coming producers, so the simple fact that Hit-Boy is behind the boards already makes this a special record. The two bond on wax over their innate ambition, but they also spend some time getting braggadocio. Juice's verse is pretty dope: "see ya alligator, quite a while crocodile we gone," in particular. Peep Juice's full verse below though.
Are you excited for The GOAT? In the meantime, check out our 10 essential Polo G tracks.
Grab me like a Pharaoh with this money in my go-to
Keep a shooter with me, if they try to rob me it's the wrong tune
I hit Johnny Dang and mix the diamonds with the gold tooth
The FN sing a song like it's the leader of a soul crew
Don't come around here like we friends, you know I don't know you
You know I got demons, allow me to show you
Lately I've been on the road, show after show
I know I'm making all the opps mad back home
Been awhile since I had a dial from the trap phone
See ya later alligator, quite a while crocodile, we gone
Pray to God that my money stay long
Also pray for good aim
When the devil try to go