Kash Doll shares new animated visual for “Bossa Nova” featuring Tee Grizzley
The track was initially released back in December.
Last year, Kash Doll linked up with Tee Grizzley for their collab track “Bossa Nova.” She now follows up with an animated visual to keep the song’s momentum going. For her verse, Kash lets you know the only type of treatment she’ll tolerate:
Man, n***a, what the fuck I look like hoppin’ out a Uber? N***a better sеnd a chauffeur with some fur and some jеwelry. Only God can judge me, fuck a 12 and the jury/ N***a, get from ‘round me if you ain’t hung like a jury. Why you worried ‘bout a condom, n***a, where your account?/ I’ma need a check ‘fore I come in like a boss, Chanel bag, bitch, you got a lisp, you can’t pronounce it. Balenciaga habits, damn, I need to see a counselor. Baguettes in my bracelet will give a bitch a facelift/
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.
“You gotta think about who you’re talking. You’re talking about Eminem, Royce Da 5’9, Big Sean. Those are like three of the top rappers ever. Hell yeah, I’m like, ‘I ain’t about to come out the D with them petty ass bars, I’m bout rap! That’s what I’m bout to do and that’s what I did. I mean, I’m influenced by those guys. That’s what I grew up listening to.”
Be sure to watch the new animated video for Kash Doll’s “Bossa Nova” featuring Tee Grizzley down below.
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