Mike Will Made-It “Kill ‘Em With Success”: Listen to New Song Featuring 2 Chainz, ScHoolboy Q and Eearz
Today (Nov. 2), the super producer who helped bring us Rae Sremmurd released "Kill 'Em With Success," a new Creed II soundtrack single featuring 2 Chainz, ScHoolboy Q, and Ear Drummer Records signee Eearz. The powerhouse banger allows Groovy Q and Tity Boy to go off over Mike Will's aggressive instrumental while Eearz keeps it lit while holding down hook duties.
"Hundreds overlappin', that's a wrap/I'm on my level nigga, you better come correct/Kill they ass with success, they won't like that," Eearz raps for the hook.
For their parts on the song, Q and Mr. Chainz flex deliver mixes of flexing and earnest reflection. ScHoolboy serves up the second verse on the track.
"Nostradamus, booked the pilot, land in tropics/Big deposits, saucy dipping, million flipping/One too many, Lambo spinning, skrrt, might crash it/Big boy habits, legend status, label classic," Q spits.
From there, 2 Chainz cuts into the track with some bars about determination. Tity Boi is in the zone.
"You won't believe how much I want it (well believe)/You won't believe how much I'm focused (well believe)/I put the mind in determine, I put the mind on a journey/That mean you leavin' on a gurney," he spits.
With Creed II set to debut Nov. 21, the Ransom 2 beatsmith has already confirmed that Lil Wayne and Rick Ross will appear on the soundtrack. Back in March, Mike Will hinted that he's got more music coming soon with Nick Minaj. He also jumped onto Twitter and posted the new commercial for Mercedes Benz's Mercedes Me program, which features a cameo from the "Fefe" rapper.
"I guess Me & Nicki got otw ♂️..." he wrote in the tweet. He hasn't spoken on their collaboration since then, but it still leaves the possibility of the Queen appearing on the album wide open.
While you wait for the soundtrack to drop this month, listen toMike WiLL Made-It's new banger "Kill 'Em With Success" featuring 2 Chainz, ScHoolboy Q and Eearz below.
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