Bizzy Banks and PnB Rock connect for “Adore You” visual
The song is set to be on Bizzy’s forthcoming mixtape, which will be arriving in July.
Bizzy Banks is prepping fans for the release of his next project, and to help him with the job is Philly’s very own PnB Rock. Their freshly released “Adore You” track shows off Bizzy’s moe more Laid back side, and the song will be part of Banks’ sophomore mixtape, Same Energy, which is set to arrive July 16. On the track, PnB handles the opening bars:
I could put you in Dior sweaters (Put you in Dior)/ If you want it, baby slide on me (Yeah) Your man a lame, girl you should know better (Girl you should know)/ Louis V, girl come get fly with me (Yeah)
Cause either way, a n***a spoiled (Spoiled)/ You love the way that I adore you (Yeah) I can’t lie cause girl I’m on you (Girl you should know)/ You got a man but I still want to (Want to)
In the official video that accompanied the release, Bizzy sets the tone by riding through the streets in a red drop top with his lady in the passenger seat. He then links up with Pnb and they vibe out together at a much needed house party. It will also include his recent tracks, including January’s “Bandemic” and last month’s “City Hot.” The Brooklyn rapper’s previous full-length was his debut GMTO (Get Money Take Over) Vol 1, which he put out last September.
A few weeks ago, PnB Rock presented his newest single “Need Somebody,” and now has made the swift return to drop another track “Forever Never.” For the assist, he taps in with two fellow smooth-voiced artists Pink Sweat$ and Swae Lee. He has definitely been in a collaborative spirit, as he hopped on OG Parker’s “Rain Down” single alongside Chris Brown, Latto, and Layton Greene as well just last month.
Be sure to watch Bizzy Banks’ brand new music video for “Adore You” featuring PnB Rock down below.
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