Rubi Rose assists Trap Manny on “Mine”
The song is from his freshly released ‘In Trap We Trust’ project.
Just last week, Trap Manny unleashed his In Trap We Trust project. He’s making sure he keeps the rhythm flowing as he drops off a brand new visual from the project, specifically for the Rubi Rose-assisted “Mine” track. Right from the hook, Trap Manny let’s you know he’s ready for a good night:
Real bitches, get down on the floor, walk ten bands, I got five on the door/ She gon’ bust it down, yeah, I already know/ That bitch ain’t mine, but she mine ‘till it close, throw that ass around for me though/ Once the money gone, she ain’t mine anymore. Fuck it, I got way more to go/ No, she ain’t mine, but she mine ‘till it close/ Pull up to the club, no, I came with the bros. One of nights, 42, got me feelin’ though
Trap Manny’s In Trap We Trust project includes eight tracks and features from Don Q, Lil Durk, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Pop smoke, and Rubi Rose. In 2020, he dropped off a few singles including cuts like “One Night Stand,” “50k” featuring Pop Smoke, and “Talk That.” Before that was his 2019 project Trap Seazon. That body of work also included features from Don Q and A Boogie.
At the top of the year, Rubi shared her For The Streets project. It is equipped with eight songs, including her fan-favorite 2020 hit “He In His Feelings,” as well as features from Future and PARTYNEXTDOOR. After breaking out with her 2019’s hit “Big Mouth” and continuing her momentum with anthems like “Hit Yo Dance” and “Pretty MF,” Rubi Rose showed she isn’t letting go of her stride. Earlier this year, Rubi kept her foot on the gas with her single, the aforementioned “He In His Feelings,” and a new collab tracks like “POV” with Wiz Khalifa and “Pogo” with K CAMP.
Be sure to watch Trap Manny’s new music video for “Mine” featuring Rubi Rose down below.
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