Foolio gets back with an immediate reaction to the viral track “Who I Smoke.”
Toward the finish of March, Jacksonville specialists Spinabenz, Whoppa Wit Da Choppa, Yungeen Ace, and FastMoney Goon dropped a tune called “Who I Smoke” which highlighted an instrumental dependent on Vanessa Carlton’s “1000 Miles.” The melody was absolutely infectious and promptly became famous online. Nonetheless, many immediately understood that the tune was a diss towards different young fellows who had lost their lives in Jacksonville. These people were called out by name, and a significant number of them were old buddies of Julio Foolio, who supposedly has meat with the four specialists who made the tune.
As a reaction to “Who I Smoke,” Foolio has dropped a tune called “When I See You” which depends on a Fantasia tune of a similar name. As far as lack of regard, this melody is along these lines as “Who I Smoke” as we see Foolio marching around a banner of three others who have passed on. These men are allegedly partners of Yungeen Ace, and in this track, Foolio disregards them for certain abhorrent verses and blended wit. Unmistakably there is genuine hamburger behind these tracks and considering the disregard found in “Who I Smoke,” it’s nothing unexpected that Foolio picked to go this course.
Actually like “Who I Smoke,” this tune has circulated around the web, and really well each and every response YouTuber is offering their opinion on the track. Regardless of whether Yungeen Ace chooses to react, stays not yet clear.