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Yung Baby Tate assists Sainvil for new “Too Many Times” visual

The track is the latest single from Sainvil’s project ‘They’re All Goblins.’

Sainvil “Too Many Times” video screenshot

Sainvil and Yung Baby Tate knew they had a hit on their hands when they concocted their new collaboration track “Too Many Times.” The duo decided the track deserved an official visual, and the clip has finally made landfall today (Sept. 15). The infectious mid-tempo “Too Many Times” track details a relationship that continues to repeat the same toxic cycle with Sainvil pleading with Yung Baby Tate to share the emotional power she possesses over him:

Too many times it was bent out of shape, too many times, after time, after time, after time/ Them keagles keep that pussy tight, I miss that every night, I’m trippin’ I swallow my pride/ That pussy like the Northern lights

The They’re All Goblins project features previously released singles “On My Own” featuring BEAM and “Oouu.” Earlier this year, Sainvil shared his single “California Raindrops.” He then continued his momentum by dropping off another cut for fans to enjoy titled “Ashley” while recruiting Guapdad 4000 for the assist.

Tate also recently provided another stand-out feature when she joined Mia Rodriguez in “Billion Dollar Bitch.” Back in May, Yung Baby Tate unleashed the deluxe version of her 2020 project After The Rain. She then made another return to revamp the well-received project once again, this time teaming up with DJ Hollygrove to slow down the pace a bit and give After The Rain the chopped and screwed treatment. The original After The Rain project included seven new tracks and features from Flo Milli and 6lack. She has made sure to drop off a few visuals to make her tracks come to life, including ones for “Eenie Meenie” and the Flo Milli-assisted “I Am.”

Be sure to press play on Sainvil’s brand new music video “Too Many Times” featuring Yung Baby Tate down below.

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