There’s no reason to talk down on GMEBE. Hate only motivates the young Chiraq rap camp. Lil Chief Dinero and Allo have been told many times by others they “Would Be Sh*t.” They’re out to prove the naysayers wrong.
Chief Dinero says he wants the world to know his struggles and triumphs to motivate others. The street poet kicks off this record, rapping, “Little n-gga I done came up for nothing/On the block late nights, I was hustling/Got tired of seeing OGs struggling/So had to be the one with the muscle.”
Allo is also blocking out the hate. Allo grew up with the killers and hustlers and knows how to navigate the streets.
He raps “A lot of people told me I wasn’t going to be sh-t/I came up so fast I can’t believe this/I get money for a verse cause this sh-t that I’m saying on these beats it ain’t never on no free sh-t/N-ggas ain’t real, they doing sh-t I don’t agree with/Remember cold nights now I’m heating up quick.”
Rio Productions handled the visual aesthetics on this music video.
Lil Chief Dinero and Allo are prepping the release of their forthcoming mixtapes “Streets Don’t Panic” and “Feed The Block Or Die Tryin,” respectively.
Check out their “Wouldn’t Be Sh*t” music video below.
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