Lil Yachty Gets Emotional for New Song, "India (Oh Love)"

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If you’re experiencing infatuation or heartbreak, this new Lil Yachty song might help soundtrack your situation. The red-headed Atlanta rapper recently took to SoundCloud and dropped a track titled “India (Oh Love).” While we already know that Yachty likes to get melodic on records, his note-hitting ability is on another level this time around. Listen to the track below and be on the lookout for more material from Lil Boat.

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