The track, which arrives alongside a music video, sees P-Lo rapping over a trap-heavy, West Coast-fueled backdrop, where a slew of off-kilter samples intermingle alongside warped 808 basses, punchy claps, and more. He contrasts the backdrop with his subdued delivery, rapping about everything from his haters to his hustle.
In the visual, directed by Cal-A and P-Lo, the artist can be seen vibing around as he self-quarantines at his home, intercut with a slew of footage from his friends and family as they get lit on cam. “Due to social distancing I wanted to make a video with my loved ones even though we couldn’t physically stay together,” he wrote in an Instagram post.
Catch the visual for “Get Me Lit” above.
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