Superboy Cheque signed to Penthauze enlists the help of YBNL artist, Fireboy DML to release new single “History“. This is coming after his massive hit tune of 2020 “Zoom”. He also released an EP titled Razor.
This Afro-HipHop tune speaks on the artist never being satisfied, always on his grind and only interested in victory.
Me and you we gat history
When I’m gone you go miss me
I been down for a long Ion” time
I can’t take it o no more time
Only thinking bout victory
Can’t fuck with anything that’s contradictory
Boy Cheque never satisfied
What is dead may never die
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