Social distancing and stay-at-home orders have done little to slow down Lil’ Keed’s momentum. Despite not being able to perform, Lil’ Keed has been able to keep his fans engaged by dropping new music every weeks. Just weeks before many states went on lock down, Keed teamed up with Lil’ Yachty and Zaytoven to drop the A-Team project. A few weeks later, he delivered a new track called “No Dealings.” He then followed it up with “Wavy.” Now, he’s back on his features run with “Groceries” by Landon Cube.
“I ain’t been myself, it ain’t no hope for me/I be by myself, I have a toast to me/Make a lot of money and I smoke my weed/I be too damn high to go get groceries,” Landon Cube raps.
“Groceries” is Cube’s first studio single since he dropped “Drugs” to kick off the new years. Approaching the one year anniversary of his latest studio album, Orange, the young artist may be planning another release in the near future. In the meantime, check out “Groceries” featuring Lil’ Keed above.