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Lupe Fiasco Teams Up With Ty Dolla $ign for New Track '$nitches'

February 27, 2014 (8:11 am) GMT
The single, which samples OutKast's 'Rosa Parks', features the smooth hook and beats produced by Ty.

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has joined forces with fellow rapper for a new track called "$nitches". The track is set to appear in the "Tetsuo and Youth", the Chicago MC's upcoming album which is scheduled to arrive later this year.

The radio-friendly song, which samples 's hit single "Rosa Parks", opens with the two stars having a phone conversation. Ty then lays a smooth hook over the beats that he produced himself.

"You know snitches get stitches/ Ignorance is bliss, can a n***a get a witness/ I'll tell you what/ I ain't gotta chick on nut/ I ain't trippin on you, I ain't trippin, I ain't trickin on you," he sings.

Not so long after "$nitches" was made available online, Lupe dropped another track titled "$nitches 2 (30's)" which was produced by SX.

"Tetsuo and Youth" marks Lupe's fifth studio album and is led by -featured single "Old School Love". The record will reportedly include his collaborations with , and among others.





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