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LIL PEEP - white tee

[Intro: Lil Peep]
Yeah, yeah, yeah

[Chorus: Lil Peep]
I used to think I love you, now I know it ain't true
Now I know it's not you, 50 on my boxers
Bitch, I know you see me, shinin' in my white tee, it's easy
I'll make it look easy, believe me, we gucci (Free Gucci)
Young punk bitch fuckin' on a young bitch (Yah, yah)
Fell in love when she saw me in the club, bitch
Young punk bitch fuckin' on a drunk bitch (Yah, yah)
Shawty fell in love, now she doin' all my drugs, Yung Bruh

[Refrain: Lil Tracy]
Standin' in the club, like, lil' mama in my eyesight (Yeah, my eyesight)
She goin' home with me tonight, we connect like WiFi (WiFi)
Yayo on the table, Gucci on my waist, too (Yayo)
Got my switchblade, tonight you'll be safe

[Verse: Lil Tracy]
Gemstone switchblade and I will pull it out (Gemstones)
This club goin' up, baby, will you hold me down? (Will you hold me down?)
Hella ice on my wrists, he thought my wrists sprained
I'm in your driveway, baby, let's skrrt away (Skrr, skrr, skrr)

[Chorus: Lil Peep]
I used to think I love you, now I know it ain't true
Now I know it's not you, 50 on my boxers
Bitch, I know you see me, shinin' in my white tee, it's easy
I'll make it look easy, believe me, we gucci (Free Gucci)
Young punk bitch fuckin' on a young bitch (Yah, yah)
Fell in love when she saw me in the club, bitch
Young punk bitch fuckin' on a drunk bitch (Yah, yah)
Shawty fell in love, now she doin' all my drugs, Yung Bruh

“white tee” is the first collaboration between Lil Peep and Lil Tracy (fka Yung Bruh). As he just got out of prison, a friend of his told Tracy about him being mentioned in the fourth EP of the Long Island rapper, California Girls. Appreciating that shout-out as much as the EP, Tracy contacted Peep’s friend and producer NEDARB to schedule a first meeting between the two rappers. On the day Peep and Tracy met, they wrote “white tee”. Noticing how positive the feedback from the audience was, the two rappers decided to shoot a music video. It is in front of Brennan Savage’s garage, which was at the time occupied by Peep and the Schemaposse, that Killstation recorded the whole footage in one take. “white tee” is released on the next day and quickly gains popularity, as Tracy said in an interview for Pitchfork magazine: "Then the next day or so after this shit dropped, it was like, 100k, 200k, 300k, 500, 600k. Then it started a whole avalanche." The instrumental, produced by NEDARB NAGROM, heavily samples “Such Great Heights” by indie pop duo Postal Service with some added hi-hats and some heavy-hitting 808s. In 2018, Wicca Phase Springs Eternal revealed that NEDARB asked him to get on the song but he refused because he thought “the Postal Service sample was too obvious.”

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