I'm Dat Nigga

Album: I Never Liked You (2022)
Charted: 10
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Songfacts®:

  • Throughout this braggadocios track, Future takes on his customary topics of women and substance abuse while boasting about his luxurious lifestyle. During the chorus, Hendrix repeatedly proclaims he's "hot, hot, hot, hot" interpolating Young Thug's 2019 single "Hot."
  • Future attempts to slut shame model Eliza Reign, who gave birth to their daughter, Reign Wilburn, in 2019. Since then, the couple have been battling it out in court over child support payments. In one of Future's most toxic, misogynistic lyrics, he claims she's only doing this because he refuses to have sex with her.
  • Renowned 808 Mafia producer Southside created the ghostly piano-led beat. Future's most prevalent producer in the mid-2010s, Southside helmed a significant amount of the Atlanta rapper's DS2 album, as well as nine of the 10 tracks of his mixtape 56 Nights.

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