Back in July, New York stars A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Don Q connected with their Philadelphia hip hop peer Lil Uzi Vert for the dope cut “Flood My Wrist,” which is said to be taken from the forthcoming compilation HighBridge The Label Vol. 2. Now, the duo adds in labelmate Trap Manny for the equally hard-hitting cut “Vroom Vroom,” which sees the artists flexing about their wealth and girls over production from Murda Beatz and Cardiak:
“I get déjà vu when I’m with you, feel like I’ve been here before, right here on my arm, yeah that’s where you belong, I won’t leave you ‘lone, girl I’m tryna show you off, take you to the mall, get whatever you want/
You’re perfectly imperfect, girl I love all your flaws, everytime I’m off the perky, I be all in your walls, have you screamin’, have you squirtin’, ‘til you can’t take no more, living the fast life, in the fast car, vroom-vroom, vroom, vroom-vroom…/”
The Rock Davis-directed video mixes shots of the well-dressed rappers with some visual effects, including a scene with the collaborators in front of a line of luxury whips seemingly floating in midair. There’s also plenty of bikini-clad women for viewers to enjoy.
The new singles follow A Boogie’s third studio album Artist 2.0, which was released on Valentine’s Day and boasted collaborations alongside Young Thug, Roddy Ricch, Gunna, Summer Walker, DaBaby, Khalid, and more. That project peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 with 120,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. A deluxe version with nine additional cuts surfaced in June.
Press play on “Vroom Vroom” below. Presumably, more music from A Boogie, Don Q, and Trap Manny — including the aforementioned HighBridge The Label Vol. 2 project — isn’t too far away.