Brooklyn Rapper Lil Haiti Requests You “Low It Down”

Feds watching, low it down/ Momma calling, low it down.

Brooklyn rapper Lil Haiti, who first crashed radars late last year with "Hit The Wave," is working toward the release of his debut solo project this spring. And today, he has shared a video for his second single "Low It Down," a toothy but tuneful trappers' anthem. Feds watching, low it down/ Momma calling, low it down, he warns, glancing around his colorful (Sprite green, cherry Jolly Rancher pink, Rx bottle burnt orange, purple haze from the gutter, etc.) trap house. “When you’re handling something, business or what not, sometimes you gotta let ‘em know not to be coming around disrespectful," he explained in an email to The FADER. "Low it down.”

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Brooklyn Rapper Lil Haiti Requests You “Low It Down”