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    Lil Tati Is Moving Upwards With New Music

    With only 19 years of age, rapper Lil Tati is already turning heads. After dropping his debut album NiNET33N this past year, there is no secret that he has the antidote in the industry. Having features with artists such as Farruko, Rvssian, and more shows his versatility.

    “It’s as if his voice is an instrument, incessant but laid-back, finding hidden pockets within his sonic palette that maintains a feeling of cohesiveness. Nothing about Tati’s creative process feels forced. Teetering between a melodic drawl and soft-spoken croons to accentuate his natural talent”, said Dirty Glove Bastard.

    A single of his new album called “Handstand’ went live with a full-length music video catching the attention of almost 1.4 million viewers. The rapper is seen driving a Rolls Royce around the Miami Beach area. He rapped the words “she said I look better in person.”

    Lil Tati made the song ‘Handstand’ is because he thought he was missing some summer beat on his music catalog.

    “I didn’t have something more like a summer vibe.”

    The Beginning

    At first Lil Tati had no interest in being a part of the music industry. Like any young boy, he had the dream of becoming a basketball player.

    “I wanted to be like every kid wanted to be a basketball player. I decided one day to go to the studio and record a song with my friends and ended up liking it”, said the rapper to HypeFresh.

    Furthermore, besides having the connections and talent Lil Tati also mentioned he wants to solely be in the music industry.

    He recalled, “I want this to be my career”.

    As young as he can be, the skill in the music he releases can be seen and heard. He also mentions other artists he would love to collaborate with such as Lil Mosey, Machine Gun Kelly, Gunna, and many more.

    We’re excited to see what else is in store for Lil Tati this year.

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