Back in May, Preme made his latest return with the the socially charged offering “Lost Hope.” A few months later, the Canadian star then followed that with “Pause Play.” He now is ready to pick up the pace as he comes back today (Dec. 10) with “Hopscotch,” his brand new collaboration with Swae Lee. On the new track, Swae Lee opens it up by letting us know what’s going on in his head:
N***a mad, but it ain’t my fault, 200 racks that’ll break my fall/ Take off my shirt and she taking off her bra, jump into drive yeah I mean it’s hopscotch/ A lot of cameras a n***a can’t dodge, I’m going hard, no soft spots/ Don’t wanna see us getting money, don’t watch
It’s been three years since Preme liberated his debut LP Light of Day, a 15-track body of work that saw additional appearances from Offset, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Post Malone, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Wayne, and YG. One particular standout from that album, the Post Malone-assisted “Jackie Chan,” later received a remix via electronic heavyweights Tiësto and Dzeko, effectively helping the song catapult onto charts around the world. Last October, he connected with fellow OVO affiliate Popcaan for the six-track EP Link Up, which contained collaborations alongside Wiz Khalifa, Davido, BEAM, and French Montana.
Swae Lee has released a slew of loose singles within the last year and change, including “Someone Said,” “Reality Check,” and “Dance Like No One’s Watching.” He’s also contributed to plenty of music from his peers, including French Montana’s “Out Of Your Mind,” Arizona Zervas’ “Roxanne (Remix),” Kane Brown’s “Be Like That,” Internet Money’s “Thrusting,” and the late Pop Smoke’s “Creature.” More recently, he team up with Jhene Aiko for their “In The Dark” single on the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings official soundtrack.
Be sure to press play on Preme and Swae Lee’s brand new single “Hopscotch.”
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