Peso Da Mafia Reflect on Their Trapping Days on New Song “TSAY”
Peso Da Mafia began their emergence thanks to a viral 2017 single "Money Man," and the group looks to build on that momentum after securing a deal with Asylum Records and releasing a new single "TSAY" across all major streaming services Wednesday (May 9).
Shordie handles the chorus to anchor the intoxicating Ronny 808 production. He repetitiously brings meaning to "TSAY" when he explains the acronym is short for "trappin since a youngin."
"I was the same one standing on the corner with the nickles/But the dimes is in the hole/And might wanna keep your ho away from trappers/Cause we turned into some rappers, and we both got different goals," Shordie 2x rhymes, pointing out the group's change in lifestyle.
The 21-year-old continues into the tune's opening verse by recalling his diverse history with women. "And I been, fucking different bitches/Talking way better than models/Should've seen the one I took to Summer Jam,"
"TSAY" is missing an appearance from 2x's brother Lor Dee but cousin Purp comes to the rescue to serve up a tuneful assist. PDM exudes confidence about the Mafia's bright future. "First place, we could never be last/Niggas hate, but we still in our bag/Stick and move, we got off our ass/Executed when we made up a plan/You going lose tryna fuck with the team," Purp raps.
Get familiar with Peso Da Mafia as the rap trio gears up to release the Never A Drought EP very soon (June 6). PDM will also be hitting the road with Ugly God on his You Know What The Fuck Going On Tour which begins on May 24.
For now, give the gritty "TSAY" a listen and check out the tune's coinciding video below.
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