Atlanta legend Lil Scrappy has achieved notoriety through his involvement with a variety of auspicious entertainment circles. Coming up as a teenager under the crunk icon Lil Jon, Scrappy is known for a plethora of crunk hits and is currently enjoying his successful role on VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta. Furthering his hip-hop career, Scrappy is now officially a part of the Babygrande Records roster.

After releasing the summer 2020 A3C Volume 9 single “Drippin,” Lil Scrappy is continuing his musical renaissance by linking with Tampa-bred Tom. G for his debut Babygrande track, “GA/FL.”

Spitting in a conversational style over the head-nodding, dynamic Louney G-produced trap instrumental, one that sounds like a modern throwback, “GA/FL” is a heavyweight bout between two formidable opponents with mutual respect; Scrappy and Tom. G tap gloves before trading shots. And while competition can evoke contention, it also forces the contenders to realize their potential. On “GA/FL,” these two are primed for their title shot. Regardless of who’s victorious, the result is clear: the south is on fire. 

Lil Scrappy is a certified luminary. His contributions to iconic songs have left an indelible mark on the culture, earning him a place among hip-hop lore. But it’s not only what he’s accomplished in the past that makes him a transcendent star — it’s also his longevity, his hunger to continue winning, and his insatiable desire to maximize his potential. 

“GA/FL” isn’t an isolated moment on Scrappy’s career timeline — it’s a harbinger of continued dominance. Scrappy is poised to enrich his stamp on the game.