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Pizzy Only – JLMA ft. Kxlla (Prod. Computorfresh) [Audio]

Kitchener, ON – Kitchener MC Pizzy Only recently dropped a new single on us entitled “JLMA” off his forthcoming EP release, DeathxDontxDiscriminateX. “JLMA” stands for “just leave me alone,” by the way. This is the anthem for the anti-social stoners, as well as us introverts who generally dislike the company of others. We just want cats to leave us alone, from time-to-time. JLMA, people! JLMA!

Pizzy teamed up with Kxlla for this, and got in over top of some dope production by Computorfresh. The track has a spaced-out trap beat. And Pizzy hits us repeatedly with this warning: “When I’m high/ Just leave me alone.” The song goes on for almost seven minutes – it really drives the point home. And then it all winds down with some humble Pizzy spoken-word dialogue: “You still have a lot to learn/ And you’re still foolish and naive/ But hey, let’s keep moving.” Check the track below. And keep it locked on that new DeathxDontxDiscriminateX EP.


Pizzy Only - JLMA ft. Kxlla (Prod. Computorfresh) [Audio] -

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