There are two simple words that best describe this summer’s undiscovered hit, “Lil’ Mad Big Mad “– BANGER ALERT!!!!
Whether it’s the weird, yet catchy sound of this random flute, or the echoes of voices taunting in the background, or the sound of the performing artist, T.Y, chanting those four trending words, “I need the bag!”, your attention is pulled in quickly, in fact as soon as the beat drops in this song. T.Y shared that “Lil’ Mad Big Mad” centers around the premise that his peers and people who know him has become mad at the idea of him thriving and doing so well. His lyrics, in the opening verse, creatively tells this story.
Following the chorus, that’s got everybody bouncing to the beat, listeners are even more surprised when a female feature artist takes the mic, blaring, “Tell me is you lil mad or big mad...“MzHall, the aforementioned female artists, sweeps into the song asserting that she doesn’t need anyone to do anything for her because she “hustles for [hers], grinds for [hers], and has even gotten herself the prized Gucci and Fendi bag.”
This song even alludes to Ella Mai’s hit, “Booed Up“, as the verses come to an end with T.Y and MzHall, chanting, “while you booed up, booed up, booed up, I’m on my grind trying to stay up, stay up, stay up, hand out like pay up, pay up, pay up.”
There’s so much more that this song brings! Download, stream, and listen to “Lil Mad Big Mad“, by T.Y, featuring Miss Hall, today!
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