Premiere: Young Greatness, “Moolah” (Prod. Jazze Pha)
Look out—Quality Control Music might have another star on its hands. The Atlanta-based label that is home to the likes of Migos, OG Maco and Rich The Kid recently signed a joint venture label deal with Capitol Music Group/Motown Records and announced that Maco's and Migos' albums were on the way in the coming months. But first they announced another new signing, Young Greatness, and today they've unveiled his new single exclusively with XXL.
Produced by former Cash Money in-house beatmaker Jazze Pha, "Moolah" is instantly catchy and even more irresistible on repeated listens. The New Orleans native switches up his flows, rocking back and forth between a Migos-esque style and a rapid-fire, straight-ahead flow before bringing in the melody over the song's hook.
You might recognize Young Greatness from his recent track "Real Niggas Back" with Uncle Murda or his well-received mixtape from last October, Dollar For Hate, which included guest spots from the likes of Meek Mill, Pusha T and fellow NOLA MC Juvenile.
"Moolah" is the first single off Young Greatness' new Gangsta Grillz mixtape, I Tried To Tell 'Em, presented by DJ Drama. The tape is on the way soon but doesn't have a release date as of yet. Check out the track above and keep an eye out for more music from YG, as well as Migos' LP scheduled for July 31 and Maco's Children Of The Rage due out by the end of the year.