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SleazyWorld Go drops street-centric mixtape ‘Where The Shooters Be’

After arguably being deemed hip-hop’s 2022 “Rookie Of The Year,” SleazyWorld Go continues his winning streak with the release of his new mixtape Where The Shooters Be (Nov. 11).

The 21-track project proves he can rap with the top artists as Lil Baby — who hopped on Sleazy’s viral and now platinum song “Sleazy Flow (Remix)” — G Herbo (“Glitches“) and Offset on the previously released “Step 1.” In addition to these superstar emcees, fans also receive features from Rich The Kid, PGF Nuk and Fredo Bang.

Where The Shooters Be sees Sleazy proving himself to be more than a TikTok-era artist, as the tape’s highlight single “I’m Still” asserts that the fame won’t change Sleazy — he’ll always remain the same. Accompanied by a visual, it looks like regular day for the Kansas City rapper — surrounding himself with women, mobbing through the city and going to the studio among other things.

Utilizing an array of trap style drums over strings and synths, the over-the-top 808s are a perfect compliment to Sleazy’s unapologetic flow. Sleazy’s signature flow can be heard throughout the project, but really shines on songs “Famous Now” and “Troll Me” where we get the rapper expressing his thoughts of adjusting to fame, the hard reality of the streets and his regrets with women.

While songs like “Vanish Mode” and “Water Diamonds” are a bit more flex-heavy, Sleazy takes an introspective approach on “Public Housing” where he battles with his place in the world, where he comes from and where he wants to go. His prior single “Creepers” asserts how embedded he and his crew are in Kansas City and “Glitches” with Herbo warns any opps that they are more than prepared for anything that comes.

While 2022 has shown the utmost potential in Sleazy, Where The Shooters Be overtly displays his growth over the past few years. Taking over with a breakout single that eventually cascaded into a triumphant mixtape, SleazyWorld Go is truly here to stay.

Listen to ‘Where The Shooters Be’ below!