The pair collaborate on a track that shows Boosie singing to—and about—the women.
Albeit today (September 3) is being hailed as Drake’s day as Certified Lover Boy breaks outline and streaming records on both Apple Music and Spotify, there were different craftsmen to share tunes on New Music Friday. Soulja Boy, Asher Roth, Mike Dean, Benny The Butcher, and Sly Glizzy are only a small bunch of different specialists to venture onto the scene with new music, as was Lil Duval who dropped a track with Boosie Badazz.
Boosie is hailed as a Lousiana symbol in the Rap game, nonetheless, a significant number of his own takes on mainstream society have caused debate. With or without that, Duval and Boosie consolidate on “Sexy,” a solitary that examples Surface’s exemplary 1987 hit, “Cheerful.” Duval is known for making feel-great sticks that give recognition to R&B works of art of days of old.
Boosie sings his direction through this one, so let us know your opinion about “Sexy.”
I got my hand on her waist and she two-step (Go)
I got a smile on her face when she two-step (Go)
And you ain’t gotta look, baby, Boosie boo here (Leggo)
Last year was kinda crazy, it’s a new year (Yeah)
And I ain’t tryna rub you wrong but you got it goin’ on
And I really wanna know