Yung Pooda and DreamDoll drop video for “Chicken N Grits”
The song follows his other 2020 singles “Lies Told” and “Repeat Dat.”
A little over a month ago, Rising Houston rapper Yung Pooda has enlisted Dreamdoll for his latest cut “Chicken n Grits,” which features the two rappers over production from the Grammy award-winning duo Cool & Dre. The freshly released music video for the track sees Yung Pooda putting in work in the kitchen at his local fried spot as he raps his catchy verse:
I need a big booty bitch, hit after hit after hit. I’m in this hoe getting rich. I’m from the dirty, I’m from the south. Baby drop it low for me one time. I’m looking for a bitch named sunshine. I’ma eat it up like one time, and I’ma do that more than one time, but I ain’t ‘bout to stand in the lunch line. In the trap gas more than one kind. Party pack got em lit, it’s a fun time. But for me I’m at work, it’s crunch time. My lil bitch so thick, then she get me lit, do that on my dick.
In 2020, Yung Pooda dropped off his two singles “Lies Told” and “Repeat Dat.” In Dreamdoll-related news, the Bronx artist connected with Aaria for the “Thug Love (Remix).” Her last full length project was 2019’s Life In Plastic 2, which included features from Lil Kim, David Lee, cupcaKe, and LouGotCash. Last year saw the release of a few collab singles from her like “It’s A Vibe” with Saucy Santana and LightSkinKeisha, “Watchu Like” with Rah Swish, “Ah Ah Ah” with Fivio Foreign, and her own single “On Ya Head.”
In an interview with REVOLT from earlier this year, Dreamdoll shared some insight about how she gets over writer’s block as an artist:
I don’t overthink. I don’t have a notebook filled with songs. I go into my notes [application] and I work off the top of my head. As an artist, I will say I worked on learning how to create metaphors, learning how to switch up my flow and work on my tone. I feel like practicing, trying and consistently recording will allow someone to get better at their craft.
Be sure to check out Yung Pooda’s new video for “Chicken N Grits” featuring DreamDoll down below.
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