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YG assists Mitch as they “Go Live” in new visual

The new single follows Mitch’s latest release “Like This”

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Whenever Mitch and YG link up, the result is a guaranteed smooth California vibe, and that’s exactly what the two artists cooked up for fans on Mitch’s latest single “Go Live.” The new track comes paired with a visual showing the West Coast duo having their fun in the sun on the beach. On the song, YG comes through in typical YG fashion:

“Pick it up, then drop it, all money fall and she poppin’ off. Thottie who? She like, “Knock it off.” Bad b**ch, she on Barbie doll. She’s goin’ live, she shakin’ ass. Fake n***a wanna throw a bag. Confidence, she know she bad, put the whole thing in her hashtag. Ayy, pick it up, drop if off, make it shake. Bad b**ch got her own, ooh, damn, you great. And that ass all natural, it match her waist. Baby head, baby fat with a baby face.”

4Hunnid Records signee Mitch shared his debut project, SPACE back in 2018. The new “Go Live” track isn’t the first time the two have collabed, as the SPACE body of work contained two features, both of them by head honcho YG. Mitch also delivered a smooth verse on YG’s “Do Yo Dance” back in 2019. Most recently, Mitch shared his 2020 single “Like This” featuring Ann Marie, and before that he provided assists on “Touch Her” by RKGTS. He dropped off his 7 song EP Girl Power last year, which included guest appearances by DaniLeigh, Too $hort, and Arin Ray.

In addition to My Life 4Hunnid, YG also released loose singles like “Mamacita” with Tyga and Santana, “Konclusions” with Kehlani, “Money Mouf” with Tyga and Saweetie, and “Equinox” with Day Sulan. Prior to that, he dropped the album 4Real 4Real, which saw 14 tracks and assists from the likes of Valee, Boogie, Kamaiyah, G-Eazy, Meek Mill, Arin Ray, and DaBaby. Most recently, YG delivered a parody of Trump in his new visual “Jealous.”

Watch Mitch’s new music video for “Go Live” down below.

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