Album: Northsbest (2018)
Charted: 97


  • Lathan Echols is a rapper from Seattle, Washington, who performs under the name of Lil Mosey. This is a track from his debut mixtape Northsbest, which was released when he was just 16 years old.
  • The song finds Mosey talking about a girl who's hooked up with him now that he's a successful rapper loaded with cash.

    Mosey explained in a Genius attribution: "If If she's the one for me, we're going to see what's good but if not, most of the time, they're probably not for me."
  • According to Mosey, he doesn't say "Kamikaze," it just intentionally sounds like it. The words he actually raps are "Come with caution because you know we all shacked up." What he's saying is the girl is wild, like a Japanese pilot who knows they're going to die. Like the Kamikaze pilot she doesn't care about the consequences.

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