“Noticed” by Lil Mosey
Lil Mosey’s “Noticed” is primarily a come-up song. The titular term only appears in the chorus, where Mosey is somewhat sarcastically noting how women relate to him differently now that he’s made it. But everything considered, the title can also be taken to point to the related idea of the vocalist drawing more attention in general, as he’s obviously flexin’ hard.
Indeed whereas there are references to drugs, guns and other elements you would expect from such a rap, the main purpose of this piece is to serve as a celebration, or boasting some may say on the part of Lil Mosey that now the money is flowing in.
Indeed Mosey has clarified in his own words that he’s just the type of person who doesn’t feel right unless he has ample dough in his pocket. And this was actually the first of his tracks to hit.
So this isn’t the case of an established rapper boasting about his bank account or someone who hasn’t gotten paid trying to front like he did. Instead, having now scored some major cash has made the young vocalist want even more. And part of the reason is because he obviously appreciates how now people relate to him differently as opposed to during his “broke” days.
More about “Noticed”
“Noticed” was released on the 20th of July, 2018 as the 3rd single from the American rapper’s maiden album, “Northsbest”.
The song was certified Gold in Portugal and Denmark. In the United States it received a 2x Platinum certification by the RIAA. It peaked at number one in the US and topped charts in Sweden.
The album, “Northsbest” was released on October 19 of 2018 through Universal Music Group’s Interscope Records and Mogul Vision Music. It peaked at number 29 in the US.
Four other songs aside from “Noticed” were put out as singles prior to the album’s official release. The singles were released on the following dates:
- “Pull Up” (January 13 of 2018)
- “Boof Pack” (May 4 of 2018)
- “Yoppa” (October 4 of 2018)
- “Bust Down Cartier” (March 15 of 2019)
The song was composed through a collaborative effort between Mosey himself, Chanel Star, a British Columbian rapper & songwriter and Royce David, a famous music producer from Seattle.
Royce was responsible for the song’s production.