On his newest single, “Poland,” Lil Yachty experiments with new sounds. Although the music clocks in at 90 seconds, the digitized, synth-heavy beat mixed together with his signature falsetto vocals, makes for a trippy monitor.
On the music’s refrain, Yachty sings, “I took the wock to Poland.” The verse is crammed with intelligent one-liners, like “I been fiendin’ / like I’m Kenan / Experience round with a Kel-Tec.”
Although “Wock” is a slang time period for cough syrup, Yachty and his buddies are seen actually strolling via Poland within the music’s video, as “stroll” and “wock” seem for use in a homophonous method within the music.
This previous summer season, Yachty launched a line of frozen pizzas obtainable in Walmart shops. In an interview with Individuals coinciding with the launch, Yachty shared that his upcoming album may have a extra “various” sound.
“I didn’t wish to put out a pair rap songs and throw folks’s vitality off of what I’m about to drop,” he stated. “I wish to be certain that the subsequent factor they hear from me is what I’ve been engaged on, which may be very prime quality, however it’s somewhat totally different. I feel everybody may have lots of appreciation for it.”
Take a look at the video “Poland” above.
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