Millie Go Lightly links with Lil Gnar for another Country-Trap banger

Millie Go Lightly has become well-known as the YSL-affiliated country singer from Young Thug’s genre-bending album Beautiful Thugger Girls.

Her hip-hop debut was on “Family Don’t Matter,” the lead track off the project, as well as “She Wanna Party.” Her sultry vocals add an additionally melodic aspect to Thugger’s more emotional deliveries.

She has also collaborated extensively with Lil Gotit, another YSL affiliate. Tracks in “Collages” with NAV and “Southside Story” feature backing vocals from the London singer, creating an entrancing combination of vocals. In 2018, she dropped a SoundCloud exclusive collaboration with Gunna called “Candy” — marking her first song as the lead with a rap feature.

Millie laments on her problematic love life on “Problem Child”. Melodic guitar backs up her emotional crooning before 808s and kicks come in to complement Lil Gnar’s classic trap flow. Gnar and Millie go back and forth with a fluidity that is uncommon in two vocalists with such vastly different styles.

Millie doesn’t seem to be slowing down her rap collaborations any time soon, so look forward to her branching out and dropping more music in the near future.

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