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YFN Lucci was born and reared in Atlanta, Georgia. He was exposed to music from artists such as Tupac, the Hot Boys, Ja Rule, Dipset, Lil’ Wayne, and Fabolous. Inspired by rapper “K,” his older brother, YFN Lucci began honing his craft at the age of sixteen after realizing he had a knack for music.

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YFN Lucci was born and reared in Atlanta, Georgia. He was exposed to music from artists such as Tupac, the Hot Boys, Ja Rule, Dipset, Lil’ Wayne, and Fabolous. Inspired by rapper “K,” his older brother, YFN Lucci began honing his craft at the age of sixteen after realizing he had a knack for music.

After a year, he made contact with Johnny Cinco, a fellow Atlantan rapper, who urged Lucci to pursue his skills and enter the studio. Over the years, YFN Lucci continued to hone his skills and expand his style, finally making two appearances on Johnny Cinco’s “John Popi” mixtape in 2014.

Due to the partnership, YFN Lucci’s evident talent got significant attention. Girvan “Fly” Henry, the CEO of TIG, noticed YFN Lucci’s growing popularity in the summer of 2014 and signed him to Atlanta’s fastest-rising independent label.

At TIG, YFN Lucci joins a stellar cast of performers that includes Rich Homie Quan and Trinidad James. Lucci has been on a constant tour for the past six months, traveling from Wisconsin to Miami, Charlotte to Houston, following the publication of his mixtape, which received over a million views on Live Mixtapes. He works in the studio with producers Spiffy, Fresh Jones, and Sonny Digital when he’s not there.

YFN Lucci creates a distinctive sound with a hint of southern charm with his inventive singing and poetry. With his fresh music and vibrant images, there seems to be no stopping this budding hip-hop artist. His songs “Know No Better” and “I Wonder Why” are currently playing on the radio. You can get the “Wish Me Well” EP right now on iTunes.

On February 16, 2016, Lucci’s birthday, Wish Me Well 2 was released. It had all new songs, such as “YFN,” “Boss,” “Destined,” and “Key to the Streets” featuring Migos and Trouble.
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Watch the official music video for 7.62 by YFN Lucci from the album HiStory. 🔔 Subscribe to the channel: https://youtube.com/user/yfnlucciVEVO… Download/stream HiStory here – https://warnerrecords.lnk.to/History Follow YFN LUCCI: Official Web: https://yfnlucci.com Twitter:   / yfnlucci   Facebook:   / yfnlucci   Instagram:   / yfnlucci   TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/JeUMoQ1/ Soundcloud:   / yfn-lucci   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5Beru… Apple Music:   / yfn-lucci   YFN Lucci is a rapper renowned for his hits “Everyday We Lit,” “Key To The Streets,” “Heartless,” “Missing You,” “7.62,” “Wet (She Got That…),” and “Documentary.” He worked with artists like Migos, Jackboy, Rick Ross, and Trey Songz — amassing billions of global streams and garnering critical acclaim. Lyrics: Pipe that shit up TnT Dmac on the fuckin’ track Yeah I say, uh, oh, yeah, look In the back of the Benz, I just got it painted The grill gold-plated, ha, my crib steel-gated When we ain’t used to have not a dollar, we would go and take it, ha Robberies and grand theft autos, I can’t fake it They told me, “Don’t be trippin’ about it,” I can’t save it A whole lotta money bring problems, but if a nigga play We gon’ get him murdered tomorrow, wanna see me demonstrate? ’87 t-top Cutlass, put it on the interstate Solitaire Dior Bucket, they can’t even see my face These hoes, they want me to chase, I don’t keep my sneakers laced I don’t ride straight-eight, my key can’t go to no valet Flew my cars out to LA I sold so many ‘bows in this bitch, we gon’ need to vacate We been on for some decades (Yeah) Look, smokin’ grade A, but in school I got low grades Get that boy a box of perfume, he got ho ways Look, throw that boy a 7.62, we don’t throw shade (Yeah) I hope every one of ’em hit you, not parlay Look, I’ma die in these Cuban links, I feel like Rod Wave Walk through ’em, want me to come through, that’s a rollie Look, what you gon’ do when the money through, shorty? Don’t keep tellin’ me what you gon’ do for me (Uh, okay) Yeah, I only talk ’bout shit that I go through, I ain’t phony, huh You gon’ do, huh, what to who? I ain’t homie, huh Last man, he got trash canned ’bout the homie I ain’t no cappin’, I spent your advance on lil’ homie, uh We gon’ get an address, we gon’ land til the morning, huh Matter fact, gon’ hit ’em up while I’m performin’, huh I just got another grill, call me George Foreman I just got another mil’ and I ain’t even hungry (Uh) All you niggas do is bitch, you worser than a woman (Yeah) Anybody get it, nigga, show me my opponent, huh I be in the newest shit, I introduce you to this I put you on my shooter list, fuck it, let me do the bitch I been goin’ through some shit, flip out, get the jeweler hit I’m the one like Chris’ child, we don’t sip on no Cristal I remember ridin’ ’round in that bucket, ha When we was in that Nissan, they didn’t give me nothin’, ha When I was fucked up, my own bitch wouldn’t even love me When I ain’t have my swagger right, no ho wouldn’t even fuck me I be on some feed the fam shit, I know my mama proud of me I know that cup real good, I just can’t put down that shit I do it real big, but they don’t acknowledge it Look at where I live, huh, you know I cashed out on it A condo and a crib, I pay more than 1.5 for it Everyday expensive shit, everything I’m in be lit Every time I think ’bout jit, I be tryna spin some shit, uh Long live all of my niggas, so we done came far Hate I gotta talk to you in the graveyard #OfficialMusicVideo#YFNLucci#762#WeAreWarnerRecords

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