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L.E.P. Bogus Boys & Young Chop Make Rap Beef Look like Child's Play On "I Ain't Going"

L.E.P. Bogus Boys have been quietly holding down Chicago gangster rap since before it was cool—the duo, G Count and Moonie, have been rapping together for more than a decade and a half. They don't often overlap with the heavy hitters of the drill scene, but their latest, "I Ain't Going," features a scathing Young Chop production (they've linked with Chop before, on 2012's "Rap Shit"). G Count recently took aim at Game, regarding his and Tyga's joint Lil Durk diss in what's becoming a bizarrely tangled beef, snarling You don't know shit bout Chiraq, dickriding me to get a pass. Here's hoping this means the duo's long-awaited Don't Feed Da Killaz 4 mixtape is finally on the way.

Download: L.E.P. Bogus Boys, "I Ain't Going (prod. Young Chop)"

L.E.P. Bogus Boys & Young Chop Make Rap Beef Look like Child's Play On "I Ain't Going"