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Polo G shouts out Eminem in a new single from “Hood Poet” album




As Polo G prepares to release Hood Poet, his first new album since 2021, the Chicago hip-hop artist takes one last look in the rearview with its first single, “Sorrys & Ferraris.” While he reflects on when he “used to chase a bag on that curb,” he celebrates the fact that his “life is like a party now.”

In the song, Polo G shouts out Eminem with the following lines: “Gangster, I’m the synonym, pistol spit like Eminem, I be with some steppers, yeah, if I don’t step, I’m sendin’ them.

Although Hood Poet was initially scheduled for a September release last year, Polo held off on dropping the album. “I’mma be postponing my album drop ’til further notice,” he explained in a message to fans on social media. “Just getting back on track from a minor setback… it’ll be worth the wait. I promise.”

Polo G and Eminem have previously collaborated on gold certified single “Last One Standing,” the official theme song to the 2021 Columbia Pictures movie, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, by Skylar Grey, which also features Mozzy. It debuted at number 78 on the US Billboard Hot 100, making it Skylar Grey’s first entry on the chart as a lead artist and Mozzy’s first overall entry on the chart.

You can bump “Sorrys & Ferraris” below: