Maneuvering through his different series of tapes have become Lil Xelly‘s strong suit, and he again exemplifies his flexibility by dropping YesXrr2, following the first project that dropped only days ago. The first tape was easily my favorite from Xelly right now, but YesXrr2 just may dethrone it. Sparkheem and Spizzledoe set the tone by outdoing their production on the previous one, and Xelly obviously had a lot to get off his chest with tracks like Mi Nie Mo and Cold Sucka. Check out the project for yourself in the link below.

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