New Project: Lil Debbie | In My Own Lane [Audio]

Lil Debbie

By Jack Barnes

Lil Debbie returns with a new project called “In My Own Lane”. The project contains ten tracks with features from Bali Baby and Bricc Baby. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.



Intro Lil Debbie 2:10


Dboy Magic (feat. Bricc Baby) Lil Debbie 3:05



Remember That Lil Debbie 2:45


Loaded Lil Debbie 2:56


Fuck It Up (feat. Bali Baby) Lil Debbie 0:40


No Wings Lil Debbie 2:45


Trippy Lil Debbie 2:20


Work with That Lil Debbie 2:31


Slaughter Lil Debbie 3:00


Classic Lil Debbie 2:46

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Previously: New Project: Lil Debbie – Debbie [Audio]

New Project: Lil Debbie | In My Own Lane [Audio]


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