Bankroll Freddie enrolls Young Dolph to hold it down for the remix of “Rich Off Grass,” which grounds total with new visuals.
Arkansas’ own Bankroll Freddie has formally returned to his new From Trap to Rap single “Rich Off Grass,” coming through with a Young Dolph helped Remix. And keeping in mind that Freddie doesn’t select to convey any new sections for the event, the expansion of Dolph is sufficient to permeate this adaptation with a very sizable amount of character.
“A fortune off them sacks got rich off that gas,” raps Dolph, his baritone vocals telling an overbearing presence. “From wealth to clothes, when they pull up to the spot they bring they entire reserve/she acquaint me with the attachment, I purchased that scraper a Jag/screw that, I don’t wanna talk about the past.” Though he doesn’t spit such a large number of bars, Dolph stays sufficiently long to cause the remix to feel particular – particularly when combined with some new visuals to coordinate. Look at “Rich Off Grass Remix” presently, and watch out for his impending collection Big Bank, set to show up on April second.