Today (Oct. 22), Platinum recording artist Moneybagg Yo has released the deluxe version of his chart-topping fourth studio album, A Gangsta’s Pain: Reloaded. The deluxe includes seven new songs and collaborations with Lil Durk, Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Ashanti, BLEU, EST Gee, Big Homiie G and Ja’niyah. He isn’t missing a beat in terms of visuals, as he follows up swiftly with the official clip for “Switches and Dracs” featuring Lil Durk and EST Gee. On the track, Durk has the honors of opening up the song and setting the tone:
Man, that shit I said ‘bout dude, ain’t write that, they ain’t like that/ Man, them 7.62s all to his face and he can’t fight that n***as talkin’ ‘bout who they killed in here, psh, man, where my pipe at?/ Ain’t gon’ lie, I don’t need no cash, it take two Percs to get your life snatched, I’m a gangsta
Currently, Moneybagg Yo is wrapping up his cross-country, headlining tour with support from BIG30, Big Homiie G, Blacc Zacc and TripStar as he performs hits from A Gangsta’s Pain. Beyond his own tour, Bagg has performed at several festivals this year, including Rolling Loud Miami, Made In America, Summer Jam and is set to perform at Rolling Loud New York and Rolling Loud California.
Moneybagg Yo dropped off his fourth studio LP A Gangsta’s Pain back in May, which was a 22-track offering that sees additional assists from Kaash Paige, BIG30, Future, Tripstar, Polo G, Lil Durk, Jhené Aiko, and Pharrell Williams. The project stands as one of the biggest commercial successes this year, landing the Memphis star his first number-one album on the Billboard 200 thanks to 110,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release — A Gangsta’s Pain has since also earned him a Gold certification.
Be sure to press play on Moneybagg Yo’s brand new music video for “Switches and Dracs” featuring Lil Durk and EST Gee down below.
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