Lil Keed’s Estate Releases Posthumous Single “Long Way To Go”

Lil Keed, the Atlanta-based rapper, has left a lasting impact on the hip-hop scene with his signature sound and style. His untimely passing in May of 2022 was a major loss to the music industry and his fans. However, his legacy lives on through his music and the memories that he has left behind. Today, the rapper’s estate has released his first single, “Long Way To Go” since his passing. Keed’s mother announced the release through a statement on his Instagram page.Lil Keed'S Estate Releases Posthumous Single &Quot;Long Way To Go&Quot; 2

The single is accompanied by a sentimental visual that takes place in Keed’s hometown of Atlanta and features appearances from his daughter, mother, brothers, collaborators, and many more. The scenic video showcases some of Keed’s best moments and last moments. The visual serves as a tribute to the rapper and gives fans a glimpse into his personal life and relationships.

“Long Way To Go” is the first offering from Keed’s forthcoming album “Keed Talk To ‘Em 2”, which his mother stated was in the works at the time of his passing. The single is a perfect representation of Keed’s musical style and showcases his signature melodies, playful pitches, and bouncy delivery. It is a perfect introduction to the album and sets the tone for what fans can expect from the posthumous release.

The single is being released via Young Stoner Life Records/300 Entertainment and is sure to be a hit among fans. The release of “Long Way To Go” serves as a reminder of the rapper’s incredible talent and his impact on the music industry. His music will continue to inspire and influence future generations of musicians and fans alike.

The release of “Long Way To Go” is a significant event for Lil Keed’s fans and the music industry. The single serves as a tribute to the rapper’s legacy and is a fitting introduction to his posthumous album. The visual accompanying the single is a touching reminder of Keed’s life and his impact on the people around him. The rapper’s music will continue to live on and be celebrated for years to come.

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