The wait is finally over. Los Angeles’ Shoreline Mafia and Atlanta’s Lil Yachty, have finally released their collaborative single titled, “Ride Out”. The song first premiered on Adam 22’s, No Jumper channel. That video is titled, “When Lil Yachty met Shoreline Mafia”, which was a vlog that took place in the city of Atlanta. In the video Lil Yachty is seen crashing Shoreline’s studio session, and he hops in the booth himself. You can see Lil Yachty coming up with the hook pretty much on the spot. The video was posted back on June 3rd of 2018. Nearly two whole years later, the track finally sees the light of day. This isn’t the first time Yachty has collaborated with Shoreline Mafia. On Drakeo the Ruler’s “Flu Flamming (Remix)”, both Lil Yachty and OhGeesy have verses. This is Shoreline’s second single off their long awaited debut album after they released the track “Gangstas and Sippas” featuring Q Da Fool back on April 20th.
“Ride Out” is produced by frequent collaborator & the man behind Shoreline’s style sonically, Ron-Ron. The track features group members Rob Vicious and OhGeesy. Fenix Flexin was also on the track to handle the final verse, and he absolutely murdered this beat. Lil Yachty and Rob Vicious compliment each other’s flow for a duo that we never knew we needed. Yachty raps about his critics who said he “fell off”. Be on the lookout for a possible music video coming soon. “Ride Out” is out now on all streaming platforms.