Wells Reps His “Day Ones” on New Song
One of the most exciting young rappers right now is Well$. The Charlotte, N.C. native, by way of the Congo, has continued to get better over the last two years. Today, Well$ drops "Day Ones," off his forthcoming project, All Kings Get Their Heads Chopped Off, which drops this Thursday.
The song is produced by KIMODO and features a sample of Crime Mob’s 2004 hit “Knuck If You Buck.”
For "Day Ones," the record is pretty self-explanatory. Well$ will always stand up for the people that never left his side.
"'Day Ones' is about a simpler time, before I was a rapper," Well$ explains through email. "It's also an ode to the people who have been a part of my journey from the beginning and continue to be there through all the ups and downs. Immaculate taste over everything."
The new record is the second single off All Kings Get Their Heads Chopped Off. The first was "Rosé," which released this past April. The project is the first of many that Well$ will drop this year, which include an ITOE compilation, a couple joint projects, and the official follow up to The Way I’m Living Makes My Mom Nervous.
Last year, Well$ dropped TWILMMN, an 11-track project that contained features from fellow N.C. artists like J.K. the Reaper and Deniro Farrar and production by Metro Boomin and others.
Bump "Day Ones" below.
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