Kash Doll, DJ Infamous, Mulatto, and Benny The Butcher team up for “Bad Azz” video
The track was originally revealed back in November.
When Kash Doll teamed up with DJ Infamous for “Bad Azz,” then added on the power of Big Latto and Benny The Butcher, they knew they had a hit on their hands. The song originally made its debut in November, but now the four were able to keep the momentum going into the new year by dropping its official music video, which is available down below. For her verse, Kash Doll sets the tone:
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 Lam’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. Fuck you and them pussy-ass, six figure ho.
Kash Doll shared multiple cuts in 2020. She dropped off her song “Wake Up” first, then teamed up with Icewear Vezzo and Zaytoven for “Nervous,” then the aforementioned “Bad Azz,” and finally “Bossa Nova” with Tee Grizzley to close out the year. Her last full-length project was 2019’s Stacked, which saw 17 cuts and a really solid roster of features including names like Big Sean, Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, lougotcash, Summer Walker, and Teyana Taylor.
Big Latto recently dropped off visuals like “Sex Lies” and “Spend It,” which are two cuts off of Queen Of Da Souf (Extended Version). Altogether, the project sees 18 tracks and additional appearances from Lil Baby, Saweetie, Trina, 42 Dugg, 21 Savage, City Girls, and Gucci Mane. In addition to her own work, she’s been busy linking up with plenty of fellow spitters like 2 Chainz for their newest single “Quarantine Thick,” Fredo Bang’s “Freak” track alongside Petty Levels, and others like NLE Choppa, Chloe x Halle, G-Eazy, Queen Naija, 2 Chainz, and more.
Be sure to check out Kash Doll’s new “Bad Azz” music video down below.
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