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Mozzy and EST Gee trade bars on new banger ‘Lurkin’

Mozzy season is in full swing. After sharing “Real Ones” with Roddy Ricch in February — the presumed lead single off his upcoming album slated for July 22 — the CMG signee relentlessly trades verses with EST Gee on their new offering “Lurkin.”

Surrounded by brooding, heavy-hitting production, the track finds a balance in its light-hearted choir melodies — giving room for Mozzy and EST Gee to shine equally. Both artists go back-and-forth to deliver heavy bars that feed into “Lurkin’s” menacing production — tearing off darker lyrics about how gruesome their lifestyles can get. Overall, the two have created a perfect collab that catches listeners’ attention.

You know I still don’t feel nothin’, on my dead brothers

Drag snitches through his PO, when he’s touched, guess you was scared of me

Qualified to lead us on this ride ’cause I’ll kill somethin’

Homicide runnin’ through my mind, that’s my pill bussin’

Mama asked to bring it back then, I ain’t healed from it, still thuggin’

Even though they watchin’, I don’t see I’m comin’, friend nothin’

Watered out my body in the field huntin’

“Lurkin” – Mozzy and EST Gee

Currently, there is no official title for Mozzy’s forthcoming project (rumored to be named Survivors Guilt), as the tracklist and features outside of EST Gee are also unknown. However, his seventh project is poised to be his best outing yet. After dropping two tapes in 2021 (Untreated Trauma and Kommunity Service with YG), Mozzy surprisingly signed with Yo Gotti’s powerhouse label CMG, bolstering his star power a part of hip-hop’s new class.

EST Gee is also quickly rising as one of hip-hop’s next street-centric superstars, sitting at over 5 million monthly Spotify listeners and boasting tracks with Chris Brown, Future, Lil Baby and more. In April, he dropped off a high-powered joint mixtape with 42 Dugg, Last Ones Left, which was met with praise from both critics and fans alike.

Aside from working with Mozzy, Gee previously revealed that he has plenty of tracks in the vault to make an album with fellow Kentucky native Jack Harlow. While there is no confirmation of the legitimacy of this project, it’s something to keep an eye out for in the months to come.

Nevertheless, Mozzy and EST Gee both have extremely exciting projects coming soon, and we can’t wait to see where they’re “Lurkin” next.

Check out “Lurkin” below!