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Yung Baby Tate joins Princess Nokia for new “Boys Are From Mars” single

The new track is her second single of 2021.

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“Boys are from Mars” and girls are from Venus in Princess Nokia’s brand new single. She made sure she tapped in with Yung Baby Tate for the assist. The new track follows her 2020 albums Everything is Beautiful and Everything Sucks. On the track, Princess Nokia sets the tone:

Okay, okay, okay, boy, get out of my way/ I’m not the one, not the two, with my heart, you do not play/ You was puttin’ on a show, you was never gonna stay/ So I took my UFO and I went up on my way

First block him to stop him from blocking your blessin’, he cute but he dumb, so play dumb and teach him a lesson/ First cut off access, can’t have this, because you’re a present/ Just ‘cause his dick good, don’t mean good, he will have you/ stressin’, ooh/ Boys are from Mars, girls are from Venus

The aforementioned Everything is Beautiful includes 12 tracks and boasts appearances from names like Onyx Collective, OSHUN, and Terrace Martin. In 2021, she also released a single prior to this titled “It’s Not My Fault.”

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 “Boys Are From Mars” by Princess Nokia and Yung Baby Tate.

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