Eem Triplin keeps applying pressure with new single ‘If You Go’

Over the past month, Eem Triplin has seemingly taken over the underground scene due to his self-produced breakout hit “Awkward Freestyle.”

The dual-threat rapper-producer has been generating the most buzz of any up-and-comer in recent months, as he abruptly jumped into the game following multiple co-signs from Tyler The Creator, $NOT, and more.

Since the release of “Awkward Freestyle,” Eem has delivered two stellar singles titled “Louie V” and “London Tipton,” both of which took his career to new heights. Now, to enhance his come-up and satisfy the needs of his eager fanbase, Eem delivered a new track titled “If You Go” as he keeps applying pressure.

“If You Go” is an extremely relaxing track that sits at just over two minutes long and displays the beloved and distinct flow of Eem Triplin — setting the tone as he effortlessly flaunts his unique style and admirable rapping ability.

Although Eem’s distinct style and musical skills have drawn in an abundance of fans, his lyrics, rhyme scheme and storytelling are criminally underrated. On “If You Go,” Eem raps about the toxicity that can come with women and or a significant other. Whether that be the problems and issues that can occur when they feel as if the world owes them something or if it’s the many destructive traits that some women possess.

I done told you I aint with the politics

All the Problems that come

You the one that done started this shit

Bragging and posting you problems

Shame on yo mama for raising you oxic and shit

Gotta thank god for these condoms

Eem Triplin – “If You Go”

Eem Triplin’s star potential is without a doubt apparent and many fans, artists and labels are beginning to hop on the wave that the young star is creating before he takes off.

Be on the lookout for new music and in the meantime, stream “If You Go” below!

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