Dollaz on My Head
by Gunna (featuring Young Thug)

Album: Wunna (2020)
Charted: 38


  • This braggadocios track finds Gunna flexing about his wealthy lifestyle. Not only does he keep "dollaz on my head," he puts "Prada on my collar" and places "some diamonds on her toes," in order to let his lady know he's rich.

    Gunna told High Snobiety he thinks the song's lyrical theme "came from somebody saying they was going to put some money on my head or something like that."
  • Gunna's YSL Records label boss Young Thug spits a guest verse. The pair's extensive catalog together also includes the joint collab mixtape Drip Harder and Thugger's hit single "Hot."
  • Gunna and Young Thug recorded the song with producers Mike WiLL Made-It and Myles Harris in LA. Atlanta beatmaker Mike WiLL Made-It has supplied the production for both rap acts (Rae Sremmurd's "Black Beatles ," Kendrick Lamar's "HUMBLE.") and pop acts (Beyonce's "Formation," Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop").


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