Lonnie Kimble better known as Skeme is a Californian-born rapper who has released a dozen of successful mixtapes and albums since his career. He was officially debuted in 2007. He is particularly noted for his collaborations with rappers like The Game And Dom Kennedy
Skeme and Pi’erre Bourne teamed up with Pi’erre Bourne on a new song.
“Yo Pi-roam, you want to come here?”
Unlike Metro Boomin, “if the young subway does not trust you, they will shoot you,” the Pi’erre Bourne beacon clearly foreshadows the imminent arrival of a banger. ‘
With “Magnolia” sitting comfortably in the quarrel between the song and the summer, the producer teamed up with the Inglewood Skeme counter to prepare a fire.
He won the name of Skeme at the age of thirteen years after his friend noticed how he had money, often using illegal methods.
In 2014 on his album Play Dirty, Stay Dirty, he released the song “Look What I Did” which featured an appearance by T.I.
If you are not familiar with Skeme, its recent 1st mix of reviews is a great starting point. With four songs, it is concise enough to be consumed in one sitting and warm enough to ensure a return.
“10 for 10“, a new hot song by skeme
With a solid blend of flow, lyricism and Los Angeles magnate, Skeme continues to draw his niche as an artist to watch. Skeme has previously published several mixtapes, including “Skeme of Things“, “Skeme of Things 2“, “All-Rapped Up” and “Pistols and Palm Trees“. He has collaborated with several West Coast staples, including Black Hippy, The Game and E-40.