Valee Revisits “Miami” on New Remix With Pusha T
Featuring an icy Rio Mac-produced instrumental, the "Miami (Remix)" finds Valee and Pusha delivering some equally cold flexes. The original belongs to the Chicago rapper's 12:12 Again project, released in late 2016. As is usually the case, Pusha bodies his verse with a flow he can make work on almost any beat.
"Look, I just called Ferrari, told them build me one/Six months for the wait, even with the ceiling gone/I'm still selling weight, Hoodrich Pablo Juan (Push)/Narcos still lives, even with Pablo gone," Pusha spits on the track.
If this is a glimpse of what the future of G.O.O.D. Music holds, we're in for a pretty dope rest of 2018 and beyond. Valee's been picking up plenty of buzz over the last year, and with his laid-back delivery, agile flow and knack for crafting impeccably well-crafted rhyme schemes, it's really not all that surprising. Here's to hoping we get some new heat from him in the future.
Check out Valee's "Miami (Remix)" for yourself below. Cop the new track here.
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