Roy Wood$ Shares "Gwan Big Up Urself"

The first single off his upcoming mixtape ‘Waking At Dawn.’

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During this week’s episode of OVO Sound Radio, October’s Very Own Roy Wood$ debuted “Gwan Big Up Urself,” off of his upcoming mixtape Waking At Dawn. The song was first teased during the intro for Drake’s VIEWS cut “Controlla.” According to Oliver El-Khatib, Wood$’s Waking At Dawn is coming in July. Preview “Gwan Big Up Urself” below.

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