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Polo G - 21

[Chorus]
Decorate your block with red tape, foenem slidin' every day
Bunch of hollows spittin' out the Glock
I been servin' fiends all day, out there posted with the gang
Nigga, we was taught to get it off the block
It's a hundred bands in the safe, now I got expensive taste
Mike Amiri jeans, fill 'em up with knots
I been on my grind every day, don't believe in takin' breaks
I ain't stoppin' 'til we chillin' at the top

[Verse 1]
Swervin' on the E-way, don't care if I crash in this coupe
Shit I'm thinkin' 'bout too real, might lose my mind in this coupe
Can't relapse off these drugs, man, R.I.P. to Juice
We was tweakin' off them Percs, I popped my last one with you
Bond tight with my day ones, ain't tryna find no recruits
We was playin' give and take on that front line with my troops
Ayy, like who want smoke? We got plenty guns
Keep two lil' savages on X and they gon' get it done
And them hollow tips do surgery, they gon' clip his lungs
It was goin' down on the set, that's when this shit was fun
I just been ballin' on these niggas like I'm Kendrick Nunn
Every day my birthday, bitch, it's lit, I just turned twenty-one

[Chorus]
Decorate your block with red tape, foenem slidin' every day
Bunch of hollows spittin' out the Glock
I been servin' fiends all day, out there posted with the gang
Nigga, we was taught to get it off the block
It's a hundred bands in the safe, now I got expensive taste
Mike Amiri jeans, fill 'em up with knots
I been on my grind every day, don't believe in takin' breaks
I ain't stoppin' 'til we chillin' at the top

On “21,“ Polo G raps a quick-moving track about his fame-based lifestyle on his 21st birthday. Polo drops references to weaponry and expensive items to boast about his status in life. Additionally, he pays homage to late rapper and friend Juice WRLD—who also appears on “Flex” from THE GOAT—within the track, expressing his dislike for drugs and addiction. On January 12, 2020, six days after Polo’s 21st birthday, an extended snippet leaked on YouTube and Soundcloud. On May 15, 2020, founder of Lyrical Lemonade and one of the most famous video producers in the music industry, Cole Bennett, teased that he was working on a project with Polo G. This would be their first collaboration together. On June 13, 2020, Cole Bennett further teased the project by posting “21 video?” captioned on a picture of him and Polo G. Two days later, on June 15, 2020, the official Lyrical Lemonade music video was released. Directed by Cole Bennett, the video, which is a true one-shot film with no cuts, finds Polo G dodging bullets and being chased down by a masked intruder. It also features multiple Juice WRLD references as a tribute to the late rapper.

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