/  11.09.2020

It’s been some months since fans got to hear 42 Dugg’s latest project Young & Turnt, Vol. 2, the sequel to 2019’s Young and Turnt which saw 14 tracks and features from Yo Gotti, Lil Baby, and Babyface Ray. Since then, the Detroit rising star has released loose singles for his fans, including “Free Merey” and “Baggin’” with Marshmello. Now, Dugg drops off a new cut titled “Free Woo,” which sees him paying tribute to a friend enduring a lengthy prison bid:

“Hate on who? I’m goin’ up, ain’t gotta flash, I show enough, been in my bag, n***a, get in yours, quarter mill’ in cash, ain’t s*** in yours, married for now, I’ll get divorced, ayy, this bitch been actin’ like she love me/

Came from nothin’, dawg, and we was thuggin’, how you gon’ judge them? N***a ran off on my last and let me hurt him, I asked my dawg, would he rather be rappin’ or sellin’ 30s?/”

In addition to the track, Dugg also brings forth an accompanying visual courtesy of Gerard Victor, which mixes between shots of Dugg performing on stage and rapping in a couple of different locations. CMG head honcho Yo Gotti also makes an appearance in the dark clip.

A couple of weeks ago, 42 Dugg joined Lil Baby for a standout performance at this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards, giving the viewers a rousing rendition of their top ten single “We Paid.” The collaboration appeared on the deluxe version of Lil Baby’s sophomore album My Turn. Perhaps in response, Dugg also released a deluxe edition of Young & Turnt, Vol. 2 in June, which added nine songs, including the remixes of “Habit” and “Hard Times” with Moneybagg Yo and DeJ Loaf, respectively.

Press play on the music video for 42 Dugg’s “Free Woo” below.


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