Song of the Day: Lil Gotit featuring Lil Keed — “Brotherly Love”

Lucas Foster offers a few words on the Atlanta-based siblings' ode to brotherhood.
By    October 21, 2019

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Lucas Foster is an evangelist for the lord of bottle service.

Pope Gucci Mane celebrated the first 10/17 mass when Rome was launching its second invasion of Babylon, when BMF was throwing millions at Magic City, when Bishop Keed the Beatified and his younger brother Gotit the Goat Healer were yet to enter the Seminary. Since that first Mass the Gucci’s Day has evolved into an All-Saints Day, our high priests now even higher than Giraffe Pussy on Molly and more numerous than 2 litters of baby goats. The tenets and practices of Gucci’s Church have been continuously evolving, from wordplay and Zaytoven keys to a schism across the Faith that saw the hesitative and percussive rap flow innovations of Bankroll and Peewee split from the brilliant and joyous melodic innovations of Thug and Quan. 

While the Orthodox faction of Hoodrich Pablo Juan and Peewee hold it down, Thug’s disciples are writing new Gospels that are leading the Thugger Vatican’s Third Crusade to convert the barbarian hinterlands with the Good Book of Thug, and shows no signs of letting up. 

“Brotherly Love” is a hymn that celebrates the sibling’s abilities and love for each other as much as it celebrates their musical bloodline; a bloodline pumping from the South’s transportation hub through every highway, Amtrak, every suburb and bedroom, every rap club and trap spot across this decaying Empire. However many years Atlanta’s trap stars have been rap royalty, however how obvious Keed and Gotit’s Thug discipleship is, the music remains beautiful. And the family ties remain thicker than blood.

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