DDG and OG Parker join forces for ‘Die 4 Respect’ collab project
The project was preceded by singles like “Money Long” and “Rule #1” with Yachty.
DDG is more than ready to kick his rap career in to full gear, and he has tapped in with super-producer OG Parker to be his co-pilot for a joint EP titled Die 4 Respect. The new body of work is equipped with 11 songs and a dope roster of features from names like Coi Leray, YoungBoy NBA, PnB Rock, and more. Die 4 Respect was preceded by singles like “Money Long” and “Rule #1” with Yachty, and the latter single came with a freshly released visual as well that sees Boat sliding in to match DDG’s energy:
Stepping on shit, extra rounds in my mag/ I’m on they neck, like the dead in the rag. I fucked her head, we ain’t givin no pass/ Price of codeine comin’ in thru the mask. New desert eagle, the barrel was brass/ Made more than your future made more than your last/ We was the ones breaking rules, showin’ ass. Ya’ll was the ones going broke, looking sad/ I know what they need, .32 for the grabs
This isn’t the first time the two linked up on a track, as they both also hopped on Bfb Da Packman’s “Honey Pack (Remix).” DDG most recently shared a his track “On Your Mind” earlier this month, which features Autumn Corin and can also be heard handing out an assist on the recent 4Hunnid Presents: Gang Affiliated EP by YG and his squad.
He also recently broke the Billboard Hot 100 with his smash hit “Moonwalking in Calabasas (Remix)” featuring Blueface entering at No. 98, and this week he re-entered the chart at No. 81. He also is YouTube’s Artist on the Rise and was #1 on Billboards Bubbling Under Hot 100. In 2019, he released his VALEDICTORIAN project, equipped with 18 songs and features from names like Young Nudy, YBN Nahmir, G Herbo, and Blac Youngsta.
Be sure to press play on DDG and OG Parker’s new Die 4 Respect project down below.
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