The self-proclaimed “Queen of the South” headed West for a crazy L.A. Leakers freestyle.
In the midst of hypothesis that she and 21 Savage are an Atlanta thing, Latto took it right to Los Angeles to demonstrate her ability on the mic.
In the wake of performing at the 2021 MTV VMAs, and getting the “Sovereign of the A” crown from Savage himself, the “Large Energy” rapper halted by Power 106 in L.A. for a hard-hitting L.A. Leakers Freestyle.
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Following up Big Sean’s long distance race execution for DJ Sour Milk and Justin Credible keep going week, Latto bounced on Yung LA’s “Ain’t I” instrumental and, subsequent to introducing her free-form with the case that she’s the “sovereign of the South,” destroyed it.
Rapping about everything from her body build up to her productive financial balance, Latto skates all around the B-Franks-delivered instrumental and backs up each boast with each bar hitting more earnestly than the one preceding. Rapping about the come up from Goodwill to Girbaud pants, Latto’s L.A. Leakers Freestyle is a genuine window into exactly how great of a rapper she is, without each of the online media clamor obfuscating up judgment.