Without question, Kash Doll has become one of the most consistent emcee in the game today. Late last year, she made an official stamp with her debut album Stacked, which saw 17 cuts and assists from Teyana Taylor, Summer Walker, LouGotCash, Trey Songz, Lil Wayne, and fellow Detroit star Big Sean. This week, she connects with DJ Infamous for the hard-hitting cut “Bad Azz,” a Smash David, OG Parker, and Hitmaka-produced effort that also features Benny The Butcher and Mulatto, making for a top-tier posse cut:
“Look, first off, bitch you know who I am, you ain’t bad bitch ‘cause you runnin’ scams, Instagram, Snapchat, and OnlyFans, you hoppin’ on dicks, I’m hoppin’ in Lamb’s/
I be with my bitches on some boss shit, you and your bitches on some loss shit, price of the fame, what the cost, bitch? If it’s up, then it’s stuck, ain’t no off switch/
One or two bad bitches hoppin’ out the Wraith, even in your own city, bitch you ain’t safe/”
Kash Doll’s appearance on “Bad Azz” follows the previously released singles “Wake Up” and “Rich Hoochie.” Her collaborators have been busy this year as well — Mulatto holds of the distinction of being in this year’s XXL Freshman class alongside the likes of Polo G, Jack Harlow, Lil Keed, Fivio Foreign, and NLE Choppa. Last August also saw the release of Mulatto’s official debut LP Queen of Da Souf, which saw collaborations alongside Gucci Mane, 21 Savage, City Girls, 42 Dugg, Saweetie, and Trina. Meanwhile, Benny The Butcher teamed up with Hit-Boy for his latest album Burden of Proof, a 12-track offering with features from Rick Ross, Freddie Gibbs, Griselda cohorts Westside Gunn and Conway The Machine, and more.
Fans can press play on Kash Doll, DJ Infamous, Mulatto, and Benny The Butcher’s “Bad Azz” offering below.