It literally feels like Atlanta against the world at this point. The city’s premiere artists tend to collab, making their own movements larger in the process. The latest example arrives on Migos’ “Falisha,” featuring Rich Homie Quan.
Inspired by the resident beggar in Ice Cube and DJ Pooh’s fictional Friday world, the ATLiens boast that they don’t need any favors or handouts. And it’s actually quite catchy.
Hear Migos and Quan on “Falisha” below, along with cuts by Chinx, Boaz, Young Buck, and more in today’s Wired Tracks.
Boaz – “Apparently (Bo Mix)”
Meyhem Lauren – “Fly Counterparts”
Young Buck – “Count Me Out”
Vado ft. Chinx – “Told Ya”
GrandeMarshall ft. Pauly Sue – “Make It Count”
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