Published on August 11th, 2019 | by Guest Editor0
Lil Pete Releases “Said & Done” And Reveals Hardaway Tracklist
Lil Pete —San Francisco’s hometown hero— releases “Said & Done,” a new single from his upcoming debut album, Hardaway. Produced by BearMakeHits along with Yung Tago, who’s best known for producing hits for YG, DaBaby, NBA YoungBoy, and many more, “Said & Done” reflects Lil Pete’s drive to make the most out of the cards he’s dealt with and take care of the people closest to him. In tandem with today’s single release, Lil Pete launched the pre-order for Hardaway and revealed the album tracklist. Set to release August 23rd, 2019 via EMPIRE, the 16-track project includes the previously released singles, “Honest” and “Toast,” and it features Dej Loaf, Money Man, Project Youngin, Babyface Ray, Yung Pinch, Mamba Cinco and Lil Yee. Pre-order Hardaway here and listen to “Said & Done” here.
At 23 years old, Lil Pete has already established himself as one of California’s most exciting new talents and he’s prepared to take the national spotlight with his debut album, Hardaway. After independently generating over 10 million views apiece on videos for “Never Understand Me,” “In This Life,” and “Impatient Freestyle,” Lil Pete has maintained a deep and lasting connection with his supporters. Together with over 10 million plays, singles “It Aint Shit” and “No Lie” have seen similar success. Featuring 03 Greedo, “No Lie” was named by The Fader as one of the “best new rap songs out right now.” The early recognition has encouraged Lil Pete to push himself harder, working tirelessly to deliver Hardaway, which he considers his proper debut album. In May, Lil Pete released the album’s first single, “Honest,” which racked up over one million views in two weeks and earned praise from Hypebeast, who spotlighted Lil Pete’s crossover potential and knack for “constantly keeping speakers knocking and shattering on streets in every Bay Area hood.” Throughout his newfound success, Lil Pete has continued to put his community at the forefront, making a point to shoot music videos in various San Francisco districts and vocalize his mission to uplift those around him. While the sonics on Hardaway are more universal, Lil Pete’s loyalty to his city remains apparent.Tweet