SleazyWorld Go shares ‘Creepers’ and track list ahead of new mixtape

After the release of his hit single “Sleazy Flow” last year, SleazyWorld Go has been deemed hip-hop’s 2022 “Rookie Of The Year.” Now, he’s back with the release of his latest single “Creepers” (Oct. 7), leading in his upcoming mixtape, Where The Shooters Be, in the process. Sleazy took to Instagram to unveil the track list for his upcoming mixtape.

Just weeks after the release of “Creppers” Sleazy keeps his momentum high with the street-anthem “Glitches” (Oct. 28), featuring Chicago legend G Herbo.

Sleazy has proven to be a top newcomer in the current class of rising voices, as “Sleazy Flow” has accumulated over 250 million streams and 25 millions views on YouTube. Catching the attention of Lil Baby, the two eventually teamed up for “Sleazy Flow Remix,” aiding the single in reaching RIAA Platinum certification.

Steadily on the rise, the Kansas City rapper didn’t stop there, following up his breakout hit the fan-favorite “Step 1” featuring Offset. Proving he can rap with the best of them, and developing his sound altogether, SleazyWorld continues to showcase his refined star power on the spooky season themed tracks “Creepers” and “Glitches.”

With his forthcoming mixtape, Where The Shooters Be, slated for release this Fall, Sleazy asserts how embedded he and his crew are in Kansas City, rapping: “Creep through / We gon’ jump out chase you down / Them youngins’ get on feet too.”

His unbothered yet menacing flow is a perfect combination for the piano-based, bass-heavy production, which has evidently become Sleazy’s signature sound. Additionally, in the Jerry Productions’ shot music video, Sleazy and his crew are shown mobbing through the streets of Kansas City – asserting the notion that they run the city.

Deemed the hustlers anthem, “Glitches” see’s the two artists wasting no time in rapping about their respective come up, also a warning their opps who want to go against them over a sinister beat.

While “Creepers” explores Sleazy and his crew creeping through the city of Kansas, “Glitches” see’s the rapper explain to his opps that they are more than prepared for anything that comes with this life.

We got Glocks, we got chops, we threw switches on ’em (Switch)

Lil’ bro squeezin’, it ain’t stop, he got to glitchin’ on ’em (Grree, grree)

This b**** ate me, almost died, she took my soul away from me (She took my soul away from me)

Ask the last opp how he died, we took his soul away from him

SleazyWorld Go – “Glitches”

As Sleazy continues to put KC on the map, Where The Shooters Be will surely build out his sound and aid him further into stardom. The Rookie Of The Year has nothing to lose with a lot to prove — as the world is SleazyWorld’s to conquer from here on out.

Check out the video for SleazyWorld Go’s “Glitches” below!


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