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Blueface and DDG live it up in “BGC” visual

The rappers take us on a tour of Blueface’s “Blue Girl’s Club” residence.

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Blueface
Video screenshot/Reel Goats

For those not aware, the still-active pandemic hasn’t stopped Blueface from having a good time or making money in the process. Recently, he’s been treating fans to a reality show of sorts titled “Blue Girl’s Club,” an apparent twist on the “Bad Girl’s Club” franchise that sees him hosting a bevy of beautiful women in his residence. This has since turned into content that fans can enjoy via the L.A. star’s OnlyFans page.

Fast forward to this week — Blueface unveils a new track titled “BGC,” named after the aforementioned “show” that features midwest artist DDG and shows the two rapping about related shenanigans over production from JULiA LEWiS, Diego Ave, and Bankroll Got It:

“You niggas better know better, we don’t know no better, these records finna break these records, projected more paper than a pay projector, she got a nigga, but we look better together/

I don’t know who need to hear this, but, nigga, forget her, you sweating the bitch, I just got her a sweater, once a good girl go bad forever, can’t get her back, you gotta let her go.../”

The accompanying clip for “BGC” comes courtesy of Reel Goats and depicts a raucous house party with Blueface, DDG, and (presumably) the entire “Blue Girl’s Club” cast. As expected, debauchery ensues, with plenty of boxing, water gun fights, and twerking throughout.

It’s been a little more than a year since Blueface liberated his official debut LP Find The Beat, which boasted 16 tracks and additional appearances from Gunna, Lil Baby, Polo G, DaBaby, Ambjaay, NLE Choppa, Stunna 4 Vegas, Jeremih, and YBN Nahmir. Months after that dropped, he released a Reloaded version of his 2018 mixtape Famous Cryp, adding on new collaborations with the likes of Snoop Dogg, Cardi B, YG, Asian Doll, Moneybagg Yo, Sada Baby, and 03 Greedo.

Press play on “BGC” below.

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