If You Grew Up With An Immigrant Mom, You’ll Relate To This Rap Song
His mom steals the show.
A few weeks ago, 21-year-old George Ramirez, better known by his stage name Kap G, dropped “El Southside,” his much anticipated mixtape. “El Southside” has gotten some positive reviews, and the clear single off the mixtape is “Girlfriend,” a catchy anthem that’s perfect for all of you messing with some other dude’s girl.
But that’s not what stood out the most for us. In fact, one of the best parts of “El Southside” isn’t even performed by Kap G, or any guest rapper. (Young Thug and YFN Lucci make appearances.) It’s the words of wisdom dropped by his mom at the end of “Move On Up.”
In the track, we hear her talk about how she only finished elementary school in Mexico and has worked hard, low-paying jobs to support her family. Her hard work and sacrifice are worth it because it gave her kids a better life, and an opportunity to follow their dreams. In Kap G’s case, that dream is to be the next great rapper.
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