Introducing Compton rapper Lazy. Today, ahead of his new EP, the promising new act reveals the first effort in the new song, titled, “Insecure”. Inspired by those around him, Lazy discusses the negativity revolving around those who don’t believe within themselves.
Throughout the track, Lazy comments on the daily nuisance of people in their feelings toxifying his energy. Looking for that new West Coast sound, then look no further than right here as Lazy is destined to become one of the biggest new Hip Hop artists of 2020.
About the new song, Lazy says, “I don’t wanna answer you, or text messages because your too insecure is how I feel every day.”
Available via Moet Records/Digital Currensy Inc. Following the stream, continue to follow Lazy’s journey on Instagram and Twitter for daily updates on the rising star.
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