There's an alluring honesty about LA rapper/vocalist Tate Tucker's newest track, "Low". The chick he's rapping about has gotta get the hint that he's perfectly happy flying solo from these lyrics. Tucker is straight up about wanting "an old piece to come over;" his lyricism drips with the same cool confidence of his previous release "Just Wanna" which made it to the Spotify Viral 50 charts. With its catchy as hell hook and bouncy bass line, "Low" stays true to a classic Tate Tucker sound.
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"Low" is the darker side of the swooning, lovestruck Tucker we saw on his last release, "HCIBM." Its crisp beat and badass guitar solo ending via producers KJ and Garrett Lodge put Tucker back in the driver's seat on this one. Listen below.