King Combs definitely made sure to celebrate life with his fans and supporters late last year. First, he teamed up with Cash Cobain for “A Dream,” which borrowed from DeBarge‘s classic cut of the same name. A day after that was released, he returned with another hard-hitting track titled “Lotta,” which features assists from Flee and sees the two artists flexing their wealth and succes over an upbeat, drill-inspired production:
“Foreign bitch, not a regular thot, two bitches fuckin’, they said I could watch, let me join when I pull out the guap, whole lotta, whole lotta, whole lotta guap, CD, how many hoes you can fit in the Range? Scoop me at the crib, I was just gettin’ chains, I’m throwin’ some Cartiers and throwin’ some Bape, Flee, how many bitches we fuckin’ today? Ten hoes put up, got four on the way, I kicked a few out, got more on thе way…”
The accompanying clip for “Lotta” comes courtesy of Extended Clips Ent. and sees King Combs and Flee completely turned up from the very beginning — viewers can see them in a packed vehicle full of women, catching vibes at a gas station, and much more. Desiigner and Justin Combs can also be seen living it up throughout.
It’s been three years since King Combs blessed his fans with Cyncerely, C3, which contained nine songs and additional appearances from Jeremih, Smooky MarGielaa, AzChike, 1TakeJay, 03 Greedo, City Girls, Tee Grizzley, Ty Dolla $ign, and more. Since then, he’s continued to release top tier singles like “Legacy,” “Cartis,” and “Holding Me Down” — he’s also provided assistance on songs like Teyana Taylor’s “How You Want It?,” Quincy’s “Options,” Fivio Foreign’s “Freak,” Pop Smoke’s “Diana,” R.A.E.’s “Not Your Love (Remix),” and Bino Rideaux’s “No Makeup.”
Press play on “Lotta” below.