It’s not rare to have two artists from the same city buzzing at the same time. It is, however, rare for those artists to literally be siblings. Despite being brothers, both Lil Keed and Lil Gotit are making waves in their respective solo careers where they are signed to different record labels. Both are affiliated with Young Thug, but only Keed is signed to Thug's YSL record label; Gotit calls Alamo Records home.
Meet Lil Keed and Lil Gotit, the Brothers Who Are Shaking Up Atlanta Hip-Hop
Co-signs for the brothers have been coming in from artists such as Drake to Soulja Boy. Keed is currently on tour with Trippie Redd and has his “Nameless” single climbing up the radio charts. Meanwhile, Lil Gotit is working on a new project that promises to bring his career to the next level.
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