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Luh Tyler, BabyTron team up for ‘Fat Racks Pt. 2’

For the last few months, Florida rapper Luh Tyler has seemingly had all eyes on him.

The 16-year-old prodigy’s rise to the mainstream spotlight has been quicker than any artist we’ve seen in recent years. Songs such as “Law & Order” and “Fat Racks” put Tyler on the map, as the Tallahassee native will continue his tear his debut mixtape, My Vision, set to release on March 31.

To hold his fans over until My Vision drops, Tyler took one of his fan-favorite tracks and recruited Detroit’s very own Babytron on the second iteration of “Fat Racks” on Friday (March 10). Both Tyler and Tron are arguably hip-hop’s most innovative newbies and their unique styles and individualism are the reason for their extreme popularity.

In “Fat Racks Pt. 2” Tyler flexes his laid-back vocals and veteran-like bars for about two minutes before we are greeted by the Shitty Boyz head honcho. Tron effortlessly slides over the beat, as if the song is his own — showing off his state-of-the-art flow and eccentric wordplay. In the track’s coinciding visual, Tyler and Tron are seen vibing in the studio and chilling in an ice rink flexing their cash, showing off their bling and singing along to the track.

Luh Tyler and Babytron mesh so naturally together that it would be no surprise if the duo put together a collaborative project in the future Until we are treated to what would surely be a masterpiece, watch and listen to “Fat Racks Pt. 2” below!

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