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Lil Mabu x Fivio Foreign — TEACH ME HOW TO DRILL [Official Music Video]

    Lil Mabu x Fivio Foreign — TEACH ME HOW TO DRILL [Official Music Video]

    Atlantic Records proudly introduces Lil Mabu, also known as Matthew Peter DeLuca, in a dynamic American Hip Hop music release titled "Teach Me How To Drill," featuring Fivio Foreign.

    Atlantic Records proudly introduces Lil Mabu, also known as Matthew Peter DeLuca, in a dynamic American Hip Hop music release titled “Teach Me How To Drill,” featuring Fivio Foreign.

    Lil Mabu has been generating considerable buzz lately, gaining recognition for his prowess in creating drill songs. Despite his youth, the details of his rap career’s origins remain mysterious, with rumors circulating about his attendance at a private school and using personal wealth to secure studio time. However, for his dedicated fan base, the enigmatic background adds to the allure, as they primarily seek Mabu’s music as an outlet for their energy.

    Following a successful collaboration with Chrisean Rock, Lil Mabu has taken a significant leap forward by teaming up with Fivio Foreign, a prominent figure in the New York drill scene. The music video for their track, “Teach Me How To Drill,” presents a unique concept, portraying Mabu as a student and Fivio as his drill tutor—an innovative narrative that sets this release apart.

    The song itself boasts a fiery drill beat that is sure to resonate with fans. Lil Mabu and Fivio deliver energetic performances, exchanging verses throughout the track. The collaboration occasionally pushes boundaries, especially with Fivio using the N-word on behalf of Lil Mabu. This provocative approach aligns with Mabu’s distinctive style, even if it flirts with controversy.

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    The “Teach Me How To Drill” collaboration invites listeners to share their opinions on Lil Mabu’s artistic direction and whether it aligns with the essence of drill music. The comments section is open for fans to express their views on this unique fusion of styles.

    Quotable Lyrics:
    “Baby, welcome to the hood (Hood)
    If you with us, you good (You good)
    Yeah, Stichy (Stichy), huh, woo’d up (Woo’d up)
    Backpack full of rulers
    Yeah, I got a white shooter, huh (I do)
    And no, I ain’t shootin’ no schools up (He not)
    Yeah, I feel like the drill tutor (I do)
    Wait, can I do a hit on a scooter? (Grrt, baow)”

    See Video Here – TEACH ME HOW TO DRILL By Lil Mabu x Fivio Foreign

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