Young Dolph hops on That Girl Lay Lay’s “Breezy” track
The track marks the young star’s first release of 2021.
That Girl Lay Lay has been hard at work chasing her music star dreams, and Young Dolph is the latest to team up with her on her journey. The two linked up for their new track “Breezy,” a fun new single that comes paired with a music video as well. On the track, Young Dolph takes care of the first verse after a catchy hook:
My block is hot like Weezy, my chains got moves like breezy/ Beyoncé said we on demon time so I pulled up in that demon/ I buy a car every season, just because for no reason/ 3 million in cash money have you ever seen it/ Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah, Grandma taught me how to pray before I went to bed/ I didn’t go to college became a millionaire instead, I don’t got student loans but I got university bread/ I was too fresh yesterday today I came out even fresher/ Ima very important person that just means I’m kinda of special
Last year, That Girl Lay Lay dropped her Recess Is Over project, a collab album with Tha Slay Gang. She also spread some holiday cheer with her “Jingle Rock Baby,” in addition to dropping singles like “For Me,” “Show And Tell,” “Sisters,” “Long Hair,” and “Stop Playin.”
Dolph recently unveiled the deluxe edition of last year’s release Rich Slave, adding eight addition tracks to a project that already saw top-quality cuts with assists from Megan Thee Stallion and G Herbo. Rich Slave also landed Dolph in the top five of the Billboard 200 with 65,000 album equivalent units during its first week out. Meanwhile, 2020 also saw Glock blessing his fans with two projects — Yellow Tape and Son Of A Gun made landfall in January and May, respectively. Last month, Glock also delivered the hard-hitting cut “Off The Porch,” which is hopefully a sign that a new full-length project is on the way.
Be sure to tune in to That Girl Lay Lay’s “Breezy” track featuring Young Dolph down below.
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