Twista Is All About the Money for New Song “Stackin’ Paper”
Money is always the motive for Twista. The Chicago native drops his new track "Stackin' Paper," which is produced by Chase The Money. The cut is off Twista's forthcoming LP, Crook County, with features from Blac Youngsta, Jeremih and more.
""Stackin' paper like I'm Tony/I get money call me Scony/Fuck the haters and the phonies, cause the Rolie on me really why they want me/Pockets fatter with a dope boy belly like I'm eatin' ravioli/Ride the Maserati cause the force is with me like I'm Obi Wan Kenobi," he raps.
Crook County drops on July 7. The first single off the project was “Baddest” featuring Cap 1.
"Crook County is the title from a song I had before, but today, I just feel it represents the area where I am. We are in the county of crooks and everybody knows it! Not glorifying, just is what it is," Twista said about his project to Billboard. "We're always glorifying Chicago in positive ways, as well, and will have future titles representing the city in other aspect which are positive. You have to stay consistent in this game today or you will be out of mind. I still love music so I want people to hear where I am creatively and keep the the Twista legacy going."
Bump "Stackin' Paper" below.
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