Quality Control signee Bankroll Freddie also dropped his new album, Big Bank, featuring 2 Chainz, EST Gee, PnB Rock, Young Dolph and more. The twerk anthem “Pop It” features H-town hottie Megan Thee Stallion flexing about her come-up to success.
“Start from the bottom to the top like a countdown/Everybody pull out they phone when I pop out,” Megan raps.
“Me and 42 pullin’ up, twin Bentleys /Peanut butter seats, all my windows tinted,” raps Roddy and Dugg. “Tied from the D to L.A., always keep it a hunnid K.”
Meanwhile, Iggy Azalea dropped new two tracks: “Brazil,” and “Sip It” — the latter, featuring Tyga, also came with a music video. “Sip It” was produced by OG Parker and Smash David and marks Iggy’s second collaboration with Tyga, after 2018’s “Kream.”
Grammy-nominated producers OG Parker and Smash David also contributed to Toosii‘s new single, “Back Together.” In the special effects-filled music video directed by Joan Pabon, Toosii uses his signature melodic voice and heartfelt lyrics to admit he wants to get his lady back.
Lastly, Snoop Dogg shares his new single “Roaches In My Ashtray,” featuring rapper ProHoeZak. Wiz Khalifa appears in the song’s music video, which reflects the Doggfather’s West Coast vibe, with a groovy bass and low-rider cars.
By Rachel George
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