SleazyWorld Go feat. G Herbo – Glitches

SleazyWorld Go teams up with G Herbo for the hard-hitting “Glitches,” from Sleazy’s upcoming Where The Shooters Be mixtape, due 11/4 via Island Records. “Glitches” fits nicely in the Midwest rap renaissance that’s been happening as SleazyWorld Go represents both Kansas City and Grand Rapids and G Herbo holds it down for Chicago. It’s a tight two-minute hustler’s anthem with both rappers wasting no time; they rap about their come up and offer a warning to any opps that might want to go against them over a sinister, moody beat. In the video, the duo hit Kansas City and NYC, mobbing around together alongside their crews.

“Glitches,” is released as rap’s Rookie Of The Year SleazyWorld Go continues a string of streets-first singles leading into his Where The Shooters Be mixtape out next Friday. Teasing the mixtape, Sleazy recently released “Creepers,” where he asserts how embedded he and his crew are in Kansas City. He raps, “Creep through/We gon’ jump out chase you down/Them youngins’ get on feet too.” His delivery is menacing yet unbothered, keeping levity on the track with bars about Christmas gifts and Jimmy Neutron.

“Creepers” follows the Kansas City rapper’s first-ever #1 at Urban Radio and RIAA Platinum Certification with his breakout “Sleazy Flow” ft. Lil Baby. SleazyWorld Go’s rise to stardom began in 2019, following a personal transformation behind bars. The artist whose mom moved his family from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Kansas City, Missouri, searching for a better life, wanted to move in a positive direction. Music was his method. He began parsing a dynamic range of songs on social media and cultivating a fanbase. In 2021, SleazyWorld Go unveiled his biggest hit so far, “Sleazy Flow.” “It was a statement: this is my sound, this is who I am, and this is my whole wave,” he details. With over 250 million streams to date, the song and video captivated—gaining social support from Lil Baby, Jack Harlow, and more. Amid a definitive 2022, SleazyWorld Go declares, “I want to keep breaking barriers and doing what hasn’t been done.”

Stay tuned for the Where The Shooters Be mixtape, due next Friday 11/4.

“A champion for the underdog.” — XXL

“Something tells us this song is only in the very early stages of its ascent, and we’re going to hear a lot more from SleazyWorld this year.” — Complex

“Unlike other rappers with punch-in-heavy styles, Sleazy doesn’t jam bars closely together. Instead, he lets them breathe, giving his sly taunts and twisted jokes a chance to sink in before the next one hits.” — The FADER

“Sleazy’s flow is just so smooth and effortless, and even when he incorporates some energy and charisma into his delivery, he still manages to remain as even-keeled as possible.” — Lyrical Lemonade

“SleazyWorld Go has remained one of the most promising stars to emerge out of Kansas City.” — HotNewHipHop

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