The track “Shiloh’s Intro” is the no.1 song (introductory track) in Cordae’s second studio album From a Birds Eye View where sings about a loving childhood friend from Montgomery Village, Maryland “Shiloh Young”, a fellow rapper known as Simba freestyle while incarcerated.
According to the artist, Shiloh is his younger brother who is in prison at the moment, he is 25 years. He had him rapping on the intro because they were growing up rapping together, he was more lit than Cordae was, he was popping more, so Cordae felt like he kind of got what he deserved in a way. Cordae thought it right that he add him on the intro rapping on the album.
Finally, the brilliant song was officially dropped on January 14, 2022 and was produced by Kid Culture.
Cordae – Shiloh’s Intro Quotable Lyrics:
[Verse: Shiloh Young & Cordae]
Alright, look, I said, I said
When I was nine, that’s my first time I held a 9
Put it on God, man, that must’ve been a sign
‘Cause my mother, she was strippin’, she was always on his mind
While her boyfriend, he was pimpin’, he ain’t have a lot of time
So he showed me where it was and showed me how to work it
Just in case a nigga run up in this bitch, gotta murk him
Thirteen, I was servin’, nigga, fifteen persons…
…But I still ain’t learn, nigga, I was tryna burn niggas
Tryna put somеbody in the grave or a urn, nigga
Sevеnteen, police whooped my ass just for bein’ Black
No talkin’ silent, guys give up, where’s the free in at?
Seen my uncle in the prison, shit, now it’s me and that
Couldn’t break the cycle, like recycle, they wan’ see us back
Eighteen, lions, tigers, bears, I was livin’ with ’em (Mm)
Went to prison with ’em, doin’ business with ’em…
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