Bobbing and weaving through trap tracks with triplets and offbeat melodies, Lil Gotit is one of Atlanta’s most promising young voices. Welcoming us into his world of bricks and racks, the 20-year-old rapper shares “Bricks In The Attic”, a new music video. Produced by Kie Carson & DMC Global, “Bricks In The Attic” is a sinister slice of slime, as Gotit slithers through a sea of 808s with ever-shifting flows and ever-evolving boasts. In the video, directed by Whipalo, Gotit stunts in stylish black-and-white, as he takes a chainsaw to a cash-filled mattress, mobs with his homies, and curses out the police. “Bricks In The Attic” is the introductory track from Hood Baby 2, Gotit’s recent mixtape.
The sequel to his 2018 debut mixtape, which announced the then-19-year-old Gotit as a player to watch in his hometown scene, Hood Baby 2 demonstrates the rapper’s artistic evolution–his flows hit harder, his ad-libs are wilder, and his money is longer. Released in April, the mixtape earned praise from the likes of Complex, HYPEBEAST, and UPROXX, and features appearances from Future, Lil Yachty, Guap Tarantino, and more. Hood Baby 2 is Gotit’s second tape of 2020, following Superstar Creature, an 11-track collaborative project with London On Da Track, which features appearances from Polo G, Young Nudy, and Slimelife Shawty.
Stay tuned for much more from the prolific young rapper as the year moves along.