New music from Lil T + DJ Rapid Ric + Boz alert! A third single, from Codeine Margaritas, is on the move.  For the best listening experiences, listen with earbuds or in the lac with your volume turned way the f-ck up. Check out DIESEL below.

All production by Boz + DJ Rapid Ric. Sonya B on the vocals. Mixed and Mastered by TrakkSounds.

Second single on the move. We’ve been frustrated with only having two new Lil T songs to have in play, and now we’ve got a third. We can feel Codeine Margaritas getting closer to dropping. If you ride around in a Lac, this is especially for you, and if you don’t, after listening, you may want to own one or at least rent one for the weekend.

T continues where “All I Know” left off, with more bars comin’ at the dome. Enjoy

“Every element of ‘All I Know’ is explosive and leaves little doubt that Codeine Margaritas, the album it teases, is going to hit the scene hard.” – Ovrld.

Check out the favorable editorial on the first single release from  the upcoming project Codeine Margaritas!


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“What will Codeine Margaritas bring?” Is a question any DJ Rapid Ric + Lil T fan should be asking themselves, or maybe not – maybe you expect it to be lit. “All I Know,” the first single release from the upcoming project, is a good view on what is to come. The single is a BOZ (producer of “Plugs” from Lil to the T) and DJ Rapid Ric + Lil T collab. With basslines hittin’ for days, T brings the heat in the form of a chantable hook and intricate verses; both delivering.

First, let’s talk about the hook. It’s likable to say the least and motivational to say the most. The hook chants, “I’ve been handlin’ my business / gettin’ it quick / straight finessin’ / yeah, I’m really with the sh-t,” and before you know it a baseline drops and T picks up a newish amplified rhythm, as the self-affirming line (and, where the song gets its name) “that’s all I know,” is threaded throughout the backtrack.

The verses are even more likable, lit, and self-affirming. T gives himself (and, in turn, all of us) a fast-paced pep talk with lines, such as, “All of my haters feel like they want me in a box / I gotta f-ck ’em up / They sh-t ain’t doin’ it / I gotta go do it myself then,” and “I’ve been here before / I can never leave … I ain’t got to tell ’em nothin’ / they go’n see.” If you like confidence, take a listen, and add the new single to your playlists. Stay tuned for more #CodeineMargaritas, but for now, let’s focus on all [we] know.




The boys are back. Lil T and Bro Lee re-up with another anthem worthy tune titled “Look Up.” This time Bro Lee is on the hook, chanting, “I look up to God. I look up to God every time that I fall.” Bro Lee describes how he protects his family, relies on God, and hopes to stay away from the frauds, but also occasionally dabbles in self-medication. If you love your God and your money and your drugs this may be for you.

Lil T lends his vocals to the backing on the hook and the last verse. The backing vocals are subtle, but they make a difference, so pay close attention. T’s verse comes in on a beat-turn and  he matches the pace change, setting the verse apart from the quick-deliveries in the front-half of the song. The ear is thankful for the change of pace, as T metaphorically notes, “I know what I need to do right now,” like an epiphany after a prayer. T doesn’t leave you hangin’ though, as quick as he slows down he picks up, stating, “I just talked to God – got me focused. Them haters go’n see me down – go’n see me down. B–ch, keep on lookin’ up. H-e, do you see me now?” But don’t keep your head up too long, because he’s cuttin’ heads off of snakes.

We enjoy the sh-t out this song, but we may be bias, so please check it out for yourself.