Lil Wop Celebrates Virgil Abloh On ‘Off-White’
Lil Wop Off-White: Since Halloween is around the corner, it bodes well for Lil Wop to make a return. This, he has done, with ‘Off-White’.
The Chicago-raised rapper is notable for his creepy voice and his extraordinary musical style. Coming up under Gucci Mane as a member of the old 1017 Eskimo team, Lil Wop stood apart as one of the more out-there characters on the roster.
Working dissimilar to any other individual in Atlanta, Lil Wop can’t be contrasted with some other artists. His drawl is practically vague, halfway on account of the manner in which he conveys his flows. Lil Wop ventures into the grittiest piece of himself, singing with his throat and making all that sound like it has a place in a rap-themed blood and gore film.
Today, he delivers his new tune “Off-White”, which is a love letter to Virgil Abloh’s image.
Listen to ‘Off-White’ below and let us know your thoughts.
I just want the bands, she call me the band man
Pull up in that van, he turned to the ran man
She say she is not a fan, she just my Instagram friend
My pockets, they filled up with hella chicken, goddamn
Sam I am, Toucan Sam
That car a different color and the roof not there
I’ve been ballin’, I don’t even got a hoop, goddamn
HandlÐµ business, need to go and get a suit, goddamn