Latto has “Big Energy” on latest single
She recently teased the track at the 2021 VMAs.
So far this year, Big Latto has delivered strong solo singles like “Stank” and “The Biggest,” but her latest one may be the best yet. Her highly “Big Energy” track finally makes its debut today (Sept. 24) after being teased for weeks on social media and even being performed live at the 2020 VMAs. On the track, Latto slides over a sample of Mariah Carey’s classic “Fantasy,” and even alludes to it on her first few lines:
Bad bitch, I could be your fantasy, I could tell you got big dick energy/ It ain’t too many of ‘em that can handle me, but I might let you try off the Hennessy/ Make ‘em sing to this thing like a melody and if your girl ain’t right, I got the remedy/ It ain’t too many of ‘em that can handle me, bad bitch, I could be your fantasy
Big-big-big, big energy, I got that big, big energy/ I got that real big energy, I got that big, big energy (Big-big еnergy)
Most recently, Latto can be heard alongside Don Toliver and Lil Durk on the F9 The Fast Saga official soundtrack, and she also linked up with Chris Brown, Future, and Young Thug for the official remix of Breezy’s summertime anthem “Go Crazy.”
Big Latto dropped off her debut Queen of da Souf last year. Equipped with 13 records in total, she grabbed a great list of features including Gucci Mane, City Girls, 21 Savage, Saweetie, Trina and more for the original version of the project, with Lil Baby being the only new addition. The project was led by her successful singles “Muwop” featuring Gucci Mane and “B*tch From Da Souf” featuring Saweetie and Trina. Since then she’s contributed her bars to dope collab tracks like Jacquees’ “Freaky As Me.”
Be sure to press play on Latto’s brand new single “Big Energy.”
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