Levi Carter Sets the Tone on New Song “Not 4 Everybody”
Bronx-born, Virginia-raised Levi Carter delivers yet another nice new track titled “Not 4 Everybody.” Over production by Digital Nas, Levi spits bars about not being friends with everyone he meets. "If you lackin' then you're going to wet, If you lackin' than you overslept," he raps. The uptempo record will surely get you out your feet.
Over the last couple of months, Levi Carter has been releasing new music for fans consumption. He previously dropped “Pose To” late last month. Before that, Levi along with recent Interscope/Alamo Records signee Wifisfuneral for “2MG," which is off of Audiomack's Volume One EP.
Fans are still waiting for Levi's new project to drop. Back in February he dropped his debut project, Antisocial, and followed that up with his Presence of a Lord EP. The Roc Nation signee is one of the new faces coming out right now. Read up on him in his interview with XXL for The Break. When asked about his end goal, Levi said he wants to be the next Mike Vick or Allen Iverson.
“I want to be the next Mike Vick or Allen Iverson of hip-hop because where we from, don’t nobody make it out of Virginia," Carter says. "I happened to get where without no OG, nobody. It was just me and my bothers and my old heads. Coming out of Virginia is already hard. To do it without some kind of platform, it speaks volumes.”
Bump "Not 4 Everybody” below.
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