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NLE Choppa Releases Final “Shotta Flow”

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NLE Choppa Ends the “Shotta Flow” Series, Releases “Shotta Flow 7”

NLE Choppa, a prominent figure in the Memphis hip-hop scene, is wrapping up his acclaimed “Shotta Flow” series with its seventh installment. Known for his unique style and playful approach, the 21-year-old artist has consistently captured attention in hip-hop. His latest work, “Shotta Flow 7,” showcases his distinctive humor and creative flair. Listen to the track below.

A Look at NLE Choppa’s Career and Impact

Before delving into “Shotta Flow 7,” it’s worth noting NLE Choppa’s journey in the music industry. Bursting onto the scene with his breakout hit “Shotta Flow” in 2019, he quickly gained fame for his energetic delivery and catchy rhythms. His subsequent releases, including Top Shotta and From Dark to Light, have solidified his place in the hip-hop landscape. Learn more about NLE Choppa in The Best NLE Choppa Songs.

“Shotta Flow 7”: A Mix of Humor and Bold Lyrics

“Shotta Flow 7” stands out for its production by Tay Keith and its array of humorous lines. The track opens with a playful jab at Chrisean Rock: “I was missin’ the action like Chrisean tooth.” The humor doesn’t stop there, as NLE Choppa also includes a bold line about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West: “Wanna f*** Kim K and make Kanye watch.” Additionally, he adds a quirky line: “Back leg loose like a n**** had to poot.” These lines exemplify NLE Choppa’s ability to blend humor with his lyrical prowess.

The End of an Era in Hip-Hop

As “Shotta Flow 7” marks the end of the series, fans are both amused and nostalgic. NLE Choppa’s “Shotta Flow” series has been a significant part of his career, showcasing his growth as an artist and his impact on the hip-hop genre.

Related: Watch the crazy music video for NLE Choppa’s “Mo Up Front.”

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