Back in August, Lil Durk took to Twitter to reveal his plans to connect with Sexyy Red on some new music. Said tweet sparked a humorous back-and-forth that confirmed a remix of the latter’s Hood Hottest Princess standout “Hellcat SRTs.”
Early this morning (Sept. 4), fans were treated to a short clip that showed Red and Durk filming a music video for the aforementioned collaboration. Viewers can see the duo showing off stacks of money while in a vehicle.
Hood Hottest Princess was released back in June with 11 songs and additional features from Nicki Minaj, Tay Keith, Juicy J, ATL Jacob, and Sukihana. Another track from the sophomore effort, “SkeeYee,” has since gone viral in clubs and professional sports locker rooms alike due to its infectious hook.
“If you see me and you tryna see what’s up, skeeyee/ He wanna f**k with me, then I’ma have him stuck, skeeyee/ B**ch lookin’ bad and got a stupid butt, skeeyee/ Jewelry on yo’ wrist, f**k it, hold it up, when I holler/ ‘Skeeyee,’ that mean pull up…”
As previously reported by REVOLT, Sexyy Red will be hitting the road for a North American tour in support of the aforementioned release. The excursion kicks off in Boston this October and comes to a close shortly after the Thanksgiving holiday in November. You can take a look at the full schedule for that below.
“Hood Hottest Princess Tour” dates:
Oct. 16: Boston, MA — The Paradise Rock Club
Oct. 18: New York, NY — Irving Plaza
Oct. 19: Baltimore, MD — Baltimore Soundstage
Oct. 21: Philadelphia, PA — Theatre of Living Arts
Oct. 24: Detroit, MI — St. Andrew’s Hall
Oct. 26: Cincinnati, OH — Bogart’s
Oct. 30: St. Louis, MO — The Pageant
Oct. 31: Chicago, IL — House of Blues
Nov. 1: Minneapolis, MN — Varsity Theater
Nov. 4: Nashville, TN — Brooklyn Bowl
Nov. 5: Birmingham, AL — Iron City
Nov. 9: Orlando, FL — The Beacham
Nov. 10: Fort Lauderdale, FL — Revolution
Nov. 14: Atlanta, GA — Buckhead Theatre
Nov. 15: Charlotte, NC — The Underground
Nov. 20: Houston, TX — House of Blues
Nov. 21: Dallas, TX — Echo Lounge & Music Hall
Nov. 24: Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren
Nov. 25: Los Angeles, CA — The Wiltern
Nov. 29: San Francisco, CA — The Fillmore
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