Worms Ali x Tut Mosis’ “Bird Flippin'” – A Raw and Aggressive Ode to DIY Indie Rap

Worms Ali and Tut Mosis have teamed up to release “Bird Flippin’,” a track that speaks to the rawness of the indie rap game. Worms Ali, a full-time rapper who funds his marketing with CD street money, delivers his signature underground-nineties-style Boom Bap Lyrical hip-hop. Meanwhile, Tut Mosis, a phenomenal talent from Philly and now in central Cali, brings his street energy to the table.

“Bird Flippin'” is an aggressive track that speaks to the craziness of being an indie rapper. The song is a nod to the hustle and grind that goes into making a name for oneself in the rap game. Ali and Tut Mosis hold nothing back as they deliver raw verses that showcase their lyrical prowess.

The song is a must-listen for fans of DIY indie rap. It’s a reminder that sometimes the rawest and most authentic music comes from those willing to hustle and grind for their craft. Worms Ali and Tut Mosis have delivered an inspiring and entertaining track. So, turn up the volume and enjoy the energy of “Bird Flippin’.”

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Written by Natalie Patrick

Music Journalist.

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