Snootie Wild – “Beetlejuise”

blame it on Patrick Glynn May 26, 2016

After a quiet year, Snootie Wild has began to heat up over the last two months, slowly releasing new music with hopes of dropping his debut album by the end of the year.

No longer feeling like Pablo Escobar, Snootie turns his attention from yayo to “Beetlejuise,” which is yet another term for lean (which, yeah, is another term for a concoction of codeine and promethazine and other additives, but you get the point). Using a repetitive, ascending flow throughout, the Memphis native delivers high energy over a flip of the score (done by Danny Elfman) to the film Beetlejuice, which was directed by Tim Burton.

The song was originally premiered on Torae’s SiriusXM radio show, and you can listen to the radio rip below.