Album: Hoodie SZN (2018)
Charted: 27 38
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  • Here, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie links up with 6ixnine to talk about a gorgeous-looking girl who has caught their eyes. Both rappers fantasize in a sexually explicit manner about the female who looks so perfect even on her worst days.
  • 6ixnine contributes two short verses, which are presumably payback for A Boogie's verses and hook on his Dummy Boy track "WAKA."
  • The beat was supplied by Atlanta producer London On Da Track, whose other productions credits include Rich Gang's "Lifestyle," T.I.'s "About The Money" and Drake's "Sneakin." The song represents the first time London has worked with either A Boogie or 6ix9ine.
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