“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.


What up! Doing SX this year? Stop by Official SXSW Showcase at The Flamingo Cantina on Tuesday, March 15th, Rainey Hookah Lounge and Galaxy Club on Wednesday, March 16th, and the BARRIO BASH VOL. VII on Friday, March 18th!

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Happy New Year! We welcome the new year with the official music visual for “Plugs.”

directed by Mak an On The Reel Films Production

More about the song:

“Plugs,”(feat. da Bosnian) from Lil To The T (DJ Rapid Ric + Lil T), is an anthem for all hook-ups. With lyrical stylings and beat production by two Austin artists, “Plugs” can be described as a song comin’ straight outta Austin. If you’re lookin for that boom, look no further. Plugs has baselines perfectly placed throughout the track, which keeps heads bobbin’.