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Moneybagg Yo assists Belly in newest single

The track is set to appear on Belly’s forthcoming ‘See You Next Wednesday’ project.

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Riding the momentum of his “Money on the Table” release with Benny the Butcher and “IYKYK,” Belly has recruited Moneybagg Yo for his latest single off his upcoming See You Next Wednesday project. On the track, Belly utilizes his signature low tone, laid back delivery to set the tone with his opening bars:

I drown in that pussy I’m swimming, we soak up the linen/ Roll one up just to replenish, you might fall in love when I finish/ I came from humble beginnings, it’s still on my style in my image/ Tell ‘em I need a percentage, I get zero love like it’s tennis/

The two artists have a close relationship and allowed their chemistry on the record to shine through. “Jumped on this record cuz Belly and XO that’s family. Excited about this one,” Moneybagg Yo said of the collaboration.

Belly entered the music scene in 2007 with his debut album The Revolution, but has built a name for himself notably due to his songwriting credits. He has credits on Beyoncé’s “6 Inch” from her critically acclaimed album Lemonade, and Ariana Grande’s “Love Me Harder” as well as featured on G-Eazy’s “No Limit (Remix)” and Nipsey Hussle’s “Double Up” plus countless others.

Back in April, the Memphis star released his fourth studio LP A Gangsta’s Pain, which contains 22 tracks with additional assists from Kaash Paige, BIG30, Future, Tripstar, Polo G, Lil Durk, Jhené Aiko, and Pharrell Williams. The project quickly became a commercial success, landing Moneybagg his first number one placement on the Billboard 200 thanks to 110,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. The album also returned to the top of that chart in its third week.

Don’t forget to check out Belly’s brand new single “Zero Love” featuring Moneybagg Yo.

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