YFN Lucci reveals video for Rick Ross and Layton Greene-assisted “Both Of Us”
The collaboration can be found on the new release ‘Wish Me Well 3.’
This past weekend, YFN Lucci unveiled his latest mixtape Wish Me Well 3, the third in a line of projects previously released in 2014 and 2016, respectively. The new body of work boasts 21 cuts and features from Mulatto, Yungeen Ace, Jackboy, Mozzy, Jeezy, Yo Gotti, and more.
Looking to keep the momentum going, the Atlanta star also liberated a dope visual from Wish Me Well 3 for the standout track “Both Of Us,” which sees additional assists from Rick Ross and Layton Greene. Produced by Paul Cabbin, Cardiak, and Hitmaka (and borrowing from a certain Bow Wow and Ciara classic), the trio are heard ensuring their lovers of their commitments to the relationship — as long as the feeling is mutual:
“Look, aye do you love me like you say you love me? Aye do you vow to keep it cute when everything get ugly, aye if I ever leave girl would you come looking for me, racing like a derby, I put her in Kentucky/
I’m talking Louie, I get that girl flower hella bucket, girl I’mma baller i ain’t gone like I put up hella buckets, I ain’t gone lie you want that phantom fuck it, know i might Bentley truck it, is we lovin’ or fuckin’?/”
Courtesy of Blank Square Productions, the clip begins with YFN Lucci being affectionate with his significant other, which is played by real life girlfriend — and daughter to Lil Wayne – Reginae Carter. Elsewhere, Rozay is relaxing with some beautiful women of his own.
In addition to Wish Me Well 3, this year also saw Lucci delivering HIStory, Lost Pages, a continuation of last December’s HIStory, as well as the Corona Pack EP, the latter of which saw six tracks and additional contributions from YFN Kay, Bankroll Freddie, and Boosie Badazz.
Press play on “Both Of Us” below.
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