Young Thug Joins Lil Keed On Posthumous Release “All I Wanna Know” From New Album – Of the new albums that dropped this weekend, Lil Keed’s posthumous 20-track project is quickly proving to be a fan favourite. The late rapper’s estate unleashed the long-awaited Keed Talk To ‘Em 2 on Friday (March 17), following his original 2018 release. On that, he worked with the likes of Lil Yachty, 21 Savage, and Slime life Shawty. Thanks to his hard work, the latest installment in the series has an equally impressive roster of collaborators.
NAV on “Muso Kuso,” Big Sean on “Hottest,” and Offset on “How Many” are just a few of the titles markedly aided by industry icons. Others include Trippie Redd’s work on “Get Money,” Cordae’s appearance on “Lost My Trust,” and finally, Karlae’s bars on the fun-loving “Betty Boop.” The guest listeners are arguably most excited about, however, is Young Thug, who showed out on two separate tracks for his fallen friend.
Thugger’s first appearance comes on “All I Wanna Know,” on which he and Keed take turns singing over production by London on da Track, Carter Lang, and Westen Weiss. “Safety locks came in the Benz like I’m a child / Young age adapted to the streets, I’m runnin’ wild,” the YSL head begins his first verse.
On the bridge, the So Much Fun hitmaker continues, “All I know how to do is make this cash talk to you / All I know how to do is make these bags walk to you,” before launching into the chorus. Young Thug’s second feature on his artist’s posthumous release comes on “Big Bag,” which Keed also tapped Dolly White for. Together, the three artists created a unique song that many fans already love.
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