Back in October, Ayanis released her YANI project, and now she’s back to deliver the official visual for the project’s intro track “Drip.” With Mulatto swooping in for the assist, the visual is a catalyst for their fierceness, equipped with flashing lights, high energy, and of course, bars:
Let me show you how to drip, show you how to drip. Let me show you how to drip (Big Latto). I just turn this wrist I can’t even see the clock. Go out on my own that where I keep the Glock. Pussy Fiji water faucet drippin’ he gon’ need a mop. Wifey got these diamonds dancin’ on my do the Diddy-bop. I caught that Tek in a Tesla. Chokehold the game like a wrestler. I won’t reply on the gram, but when I see you it’s pressure. AMG cause I’m extra, if you step I’mma stretch you. Let me show you how drip. I’m Big Latto, the professor (Big Latto).
The aforementioned YANI project included 11 songs and features from A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Wiz Khalifa, Vedo, Queen Naija, and Jack Harlow. Fans got a taste of the project with the Queen Naija-assisted “Lil Boi (Big Talk)” single, and it later on received a boost when Jack Harlow hopped on it in mid-September.
Mulatto dropped off hew debut Queen of da Souf last year. Equipped with 13 records in total, Mulatto grabbed a great list of features including Gucci Mane, City Girls, 21 Savage, Saweetie, Trina and more for the original version of the project, with Lil Baby being the only new addition. The project was led by her successful singles “Muwop” featuring Gucci Mane and “B*tch From Da Souf” featuring Saweetie and Trina. Big Latto recently hopped on Rich The Kid’s “Nasty” track alongside Flo Milli, and Rubi Rose, and prior to that she linked up with 2 Chainz for their newest single “Quarantine Thick.”
Be sure to watch Ayanis’ new video for “Drip” down below.