At 16 years old, Luh Tyler has already emerged as one of the brightest young stars in Hip-Hop. Despite picking up a microphone at 15 years old, the Tallahassee native has managed to develop his own style and delivery in a matter of months. In November, the visuals for his song, “Law & Order,” went viral on Twitter, TikTok and Instagram. Gaining 10 million views on YouTube, the success of the track opened up the doors for collaborations with Trapland Pat and LOE Shimmy along with tracks like “I Got A Dollar” and “Back Flippin’.” Pitchfork went as far as to crown him as the “coolest 16-year-old rapper in America.”
This week, the Florida native continued his run with a new track called “Fat Racks Pt. 2” with BabyTron. Similarly, Megatron began putting together tracks when he was a teenager. Six years later, he’s trading verses with the next big teenage talent in Hip-Hop. Rhyming over producing from Dat Boi Will, the 16-year-old artist returns to the formula that his fans have come to expect from — making money, smoking cannabis and hanging out with beautiful women.
“I ain’t have to take ya b*tch, turnt ya h*e into a fan/Take the h*e out to the beach, she getting freaky on the sand/Pennywise inside my blunt, hit that shit, it make you float/I’m out the way, I’m with ya b*tch and she tryna drive the boat,” Luh Tyler raps.
“I won’t wife a b*tch, I’m high as hell up on the rings of Saturn/Pop like it’s Wakanda, hit the hood, I gotta feed the panther/How you 30 with zero hustle? Like shit, we need some answers,” BabyTron added.
Check out the new visual from BabyTron and Luh Tyler below.