Skippa Da Flippa Premieres "GangLand," Talks Leaving Quality Control Music

Montay Foolin
Montay Foolin

Skippa Da Flippa was one of the to start with rappers signed to Quality Manage Songs when the label formed again in March 2013, and he’s come to be one of the most highly regarded lyricists in the Atlanta rap scene ever since, assisting to popularize the dab dance and bringing his one of a kind set of lingo to the video game. But a few months back, Skippa posted a message to Instagram stating he was depart the QC fam and heading again to his roots in Florida, closing what he called the to start with chapter in his job.

Today (Feb. 17), XXL is premiering Skippa’s to start with single since leaving the label called “GangLand” manufactured by Cheeze Beatz and 30 Roc, who’s section of Mike WiLL Made-It is Ear Drummers production squad. You can hear to the anthemic song below, which showcases how fantastic Skippa’s pen is.

“It’s for the gang,” Skippa tells us about the history. “People be stating they gang, persons be stating they Migo, but definitely when it will come to persons like that, all people wants to be something they are not, so I determined to make a song called ‘Gang Land’ for the gang.”

Skippa, who is originally from Palm Seaside, Fla. but moved to Northside Atlanta, prepared to indication with an impartial label in South Florida when he remaining QC, but claims it “didn’t definitely perform out the way I imagined it was,” clarifying he’s continue to signed to 300. “That’s constantly gonna be my household, but shit wasn’t definitely working out the way it was intended to be,” he claims of leaving Quality Manage. “As far as organization intelligent, shit just wasn’t suitable. All the things I have been doing, I have been doing on my very own in any case, so I can keep on to do it on my very own and put my title on it, create my very own minimal lane and model myself. Every person understands me for my logo and my phrase ‘havin’ so I determined to just go on with that.”

He’s at present working on a new mixtape, but does not have a title for it nevertheless, so for now, bump “GangLand” underneath.

ten Rappers Who Have been Shot Even though They Have been in the Spotlight

Subscribe to XXL on

Discover the New World of Rare Norm 

Don't worry there is more like you out here.

We value your privacy. Your information will not be shared*