42 Dugg assists Wallie The Sensei on “Scandalous (Remix)”
The original track dropped in January of this year.
Wallie the Sensei just revamped his most successful single. The California artist enlisted 42 Dugg for the remix of “Scandalous.” On the track, Wallie delivers some of his most unapologetic bars:
Let me tell y’all why they hate on him. Everytime Wallie had to wait on ‘em. Went into the kitchen and then I made my own plate on ‘em. Like, “Bitch that’s me and my bros.” You I’m tryna, pull up without a lease with it, ayy. Take all her money, n***a. If that’s your bitch then n***a tell her put a shirt on, ‘cause I be killin’ pussy, it’s somethin’ that I should work on. Look bitch, it’s time to make a choice, man. I could either kill your pussy or your boyfriend. Fuck your ex, hol’ up, fuck your next.
The original version of the song dropped at the very top of the year along with Wallie’s No Love project. The six-track body of work included features from Nebula Swavey, MAR, Yaahl, and more. In June, Dugg released a deluxe edition of Young & Turnt, Vol. 2, which added nine songs, including the remixes of “Habit” and “Hard Times” with Moneybagg Yo and DeJ Loaf, respectively. Earlier this year, 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 song that for sure earned Dugg a ton of well-deserved buzz this year.
In a previous interview, Wallie spoke about what he hopes fans will get out of his EP:
“I want them to be inspired. One of the most lyrical songs on the EP is “Tarzan.” Whatever they’re going to take from the EP, they can take it from there. That song sums up a lot. I want to see how far I can go with music. It was surprising to me at first to see how many people were interested in hearing me sing. How many people I could help, how big of a light I could shine on my section. How much more good stuff can come from where I’ve come from.”
Listen to Wallie The Sensei’s new remix of “Scandalous” below.
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