Atlanta rappers Lil Gotit and Future have joined forces once again, this time on the D Hill-produced track “What it Was.”
Future handles the new song’s catchy chorus: “I done came out the gutter, I came out the street / Got my dawg off the leash, got a cutter on me / I been drinking on mud and they crucify me / But I’m staying a thug, yeah.”
On the other hand, Gotit spits braggadocious lines on the verses. “I can’t change lanes, maybe that’s why my chain swing / Won’t accept shit from no lame, went and bossed up a no-name / Made a couple thousand, these cold case / Sipping syrup in the pouring rain,” he raps over a scratchy trap beat.
“What it Was” is the second collaboration between Gotit and Future, following “Yeah Yeah” from the former’s latest album, Hood Baby 2. On the other hand, Future recently joined SAINt JHN for the remix of “Roses.”
Check out “What it Was” below: