SLEAZYWORLD GO LINKS UP WITH LUH TYLER FOR CITY BOY ANTHEM “DON’T GET YA FEELINGS IN IT”
“A champion for the underdog.” — XXL
“SleazyWorld Go reached the national hip-hop stage by rapping about Kansas City.” — NPR/KCUR
“SleazyWorld Go is a force to be reckoned with.” — HotNewHipHop
“Unlike other rappers with punch-in-heavy styles, Sleazy doesn’t jam bars closely together. Instead, he lets them breathe, giving his sly taunts and twisted jokes a chance to sink in before the next one hits.” — The FADER
21 JULY 2023 (TORONTO, ON) – Today, breakout rapper SleazyWorld Go teams up with another rising star Luh Tyler for the city boy anthem of the summer, “Don’t Get Ya Feelings In It.” Both selected as 2023 XXL Freshmen, Sleazy & Tyler have an undeniable chemistry together on the mic. The video is a fresh take on Flava Flav’s The Flavor Of Love show, where beautiful baddies pine for the love of both Sleazy and Tyler. This single comes as SleazyWorld Go prepares to release his forthcoming debut album.
Recently, SleazyWorld Go shared “Off The Court” with Polo G, produced by Einer Bankz, this single sees Sleazy balancing an aggressive flow with unbothered delivery and menacing punch lines that he has become known for. With “Don’t Get Ya Feelings In It” and “Off The Court,” Sleazy marks a new chapter after a landmark 2022 where he earned RIAA Platinum Certification for “Sleazy Flow” ft. Lil Baby and then dropped back to back to back heat with “Step 1” ft. Offset, “Glitches” ft. G Herbo, and his mixtape Where The Shooters Be.
Earlier this year SleazyWorld Go was announced by Spotify as an Artist To Watch in 2023, and iHeartRadio announced him as nominee for Best New Hip Hop Artist. He continued his hot streak by kicking off 2023 with the release of “Robbers & Villains,” a tight 2-minute heater about expecting the unexpected, growing up in an environment like he did in Grand Rapids, MI, and then later in Kansas City, MO. He doubled down with the February 2023 release of Where The Shooters Be 2, a creative continuation of the initial mixtape with five additional new tracks. With WTSB2, Sleazy built upon what he already accomplished— adding heaters like “Catfish,” while getting reflective on “Peter Pan,” and testing out a new flow on standout track, “Skipper.”
SleazyWorld Go’s rise to stardom began in 2019, following a personal transformation behind bars. The artist whose mom moved his family from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Kansas City, Missouri, searching for a better life, wanted to move in a positive direction. Music was his method. He began parsing a dynamic range of songs on social media and cultivating a fanbase. Ahead of all that 2023 has in store for him, Sleazy asserts, “I want to keep breaking barriers and doing what hasn’t been done.”