American rapper and singer, Lil Tecca release new song “Fallin” with Trailer.
On “Fallin” Lil Tecca flaunts his expenses and luxurious lifestyle, alongside noting his commitment to his craft—despite all the difficulties that the position includes. The track was first previewed on November 20, 2021 via Lil Tecca’s Instagram. The track released on January 28, 2022, followed by a Trey Lyons-directed music video hours later.
With the support of artists such as Gunna, Lil Yachty and Chief Keef, Lil Tecca entered 2022 on a high note following the release of his We Love You Tecca 2 (Deluxe) album. Taking control of the momentum he’s built thus far, Lil Tecca has “Fallin” into a zone like where he is his only competition by a long shot.
First previewed back in November, the unearthed track flaunts a young fly and flashy Tecca with raps about living a luxurious lifestyle and not allowing anyone to take his spot. “You ain’t the man if you ain’t most hated (Most hated),” he raps. “They say, “Vercetti, you comin’ like that? / I said, “Hold on, bro, I’m comin’ right back” (Comin’ right back) / I’m in that mode, I’ma call you right back (Call you right back) / I don’t go to sleep ’cause I’m on it like that (On it like that) / I’m in the kitchen, lil’ ho, are you kiddin’? (Are you kiddin’?) / That vibe that you thinkin’, I already did it (Already did it).”
Prior to the new song, Lil Tecca was featured on the HBO Max series “Chillin Island.” Other rappers to appear on the series include Killer Mike, Young Thug, Gunna and Lil Yachty. “Fallin” received a trailer treatment, which was released on Monday.
In related news, due to COVID-19 concerns, Tecca has rescheduled U.K. and Ireland dates of his Tecca Loves You tour ‘til later this year. In 2021, he collaborated with 24kGoldn, Internet Money and Lil Tjay. Lil Tecca promises more new music in 2022.
A visual for “Fallin” is on the way. We Love You Tecca 2 is out now on Republic Records featuring Trippie Redd, Gunna, ian dior and Chief Keef. He rose to mainstream fame with the release of his single “Ransom”, which peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100.