Over a minimal beat, the Dr. Phil guest turned rap phenom shows off her melodic side, autotune-crooning about her street credentials. As a reminder, the artist born Danielle Bregoli finished five years of probation for grand theft and marijuana possession in March.
“Tote that glock, hide it in my spot/Bitch stop playing, I’ma leave you hot/Rubber bands wrapped around these knots/Bitch stop playing, watch me kill the parking lot,” Bhabie sings.
Ty, for his part, peppers ad-libs throughout the track, and adds a verse of his own that courts a prospective lover by showing off his luxury lifestyle.
“I’m the boy, yeah, baby I’m the one/I’ma make you trust me, always keep it hundun/Bust down Roley face, I’ve-been-gettting-money face/Diamonds do the Diddy dance, these them new Givenchy pants,” he sings.
The song continues a trend of high-profile collabs from Bhad Bhabie in the months since she earned her first gold plaque for her breakout single, “Hi Bich.” In May, she dropped a video for “Gucci Flip Flops” with Lil Yachty.
Ty is leveling up in his own right, fresh off earning his first platinum plaque for the Post Malone collaboration, “Psycho.” Last week, he and Jeremih shared “The Light,” the first single from their forthcoming joint project.
Check out the lyric video for Bhad Bhabie and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Trust Me” below.
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