Fans are in for a treat when they press play on the freshly released Yo!88 project, which is a collaboration between TM88 and Pi’erre Bourne. On the project, Pi’erre owns the mic across all 11 tracks with only two features from Wiz Khalifa and Young Nudy. To ring in the new release, the two shared the official visual for “Pop Out,” which sees them celebrate with their squad running the streets of Queens and Soho as Pi’erre raps:
We on the block now (Hey), Shoutout Ms. Jackie (Hey) I made it happen, made the mood happy, couldn’t imagine (Wait)/ I’m on the south side, like Curtis Jackson, feel like a casting, n***as be acting, when they be rapping/ I’m like the Captain (Hey), make her say eye-eye (Hey)
Wanna be Kanye (Hey), but that’s really CyHi (Hey) she sending mixed signals, connected like Wi-Fi/ Pussy delivery, she wanna stop by/ Baby give me mental when she on her menstrual
GRAMMY Award-nominated producer and Taylor Gang affiliate TM88 is known for his collaborations with Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug, Future, Juicy J, Gunna, Moneybagg Yo, Wiz Khalifa, Project Pat, Lil Yachty, Valee and more. Last summer, he dropped the Calboy and Slatt Zy-supported song “War Stories” and “Blue Jean Bandit” prior to that which featured assists from Moneybagg Yo, Future, and Young Thug. This year has also clamed his collab with MadeinTYO, “Tokyo Nights,” the producer’s song with Smokepurpp “RR.”
Back in June, Pi’erre Bourne closed out the successful run with the fifth installment of his The Life Of Pi’erre series. He birthed the series years ago in 2016 while still producing heavily for other artists. The album boasts appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti, and Sharc. Since then, he has dropped off a plethora of accompanying visuals for fans to enjoy, including stand-outs like “Groceries,” “4U,” and “Juice.”
Be sure to press play on Yo!88 by TM88 and Pi’erre Bourne.
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