Lil Yachty’s new “Poland” single is sweeping the internet, and so are memes about the viral track.
Last Tuesday (October 4th), Lil Yachty first released the F1lthy-produced track on SoundCloud, and it quickly gained traction due to its infectious chorus of “I take the Wock to Poland,” which references the street name of Wockhardt, a pharmaceutical company Company that manufactures promethazine and codeine, commonly known as Lean. The falsetto vibrato used by Boat also added to the track’s catchiness.
Since the song’s release, Lil Yachty has received praise for the single from many of his fellow rappers, with some just reveling in the lyrics.
Wiz Khalifa was also impressed. “Lil Yachty is also on my list of best dressed rappers. This Poland song is hard,” Wiz shared on Twitter.
“I took WoOoOoOoOoOck
Ta Polaaaaaaaaand,” tweeted Denzel Curry.
“My brudda @lilyachty has always been in the future since…Poland put me in a headlock in Jamaica,” JID commented on the track.
The viral trail has also become fodder for memes on social media. Some people joked that people in Poland didn’t realize the real meaning of the song.
“Political officials as soon as they find out what Lil Yachty has done,” one person commented on Twitter on a photo of Travis Scott placing his palm on his forehead.
Others provided memes about the memorable chorus stuck in their heads and how it sounds like Lil Yachty singing into a fan.
Lil Yachty officially released the song on streaming services on Monday (October 10), and has a Lyrical Lemonade video for it, directed by Cole Bennett. It looks like the buzz surrounding the track will lead to another hit for the Atlanta rapper.
Check out more funny memes about Lil Yachty’s viral new track ‘Poland’ below
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