by Lil Yachty (featuring Trippie Redd)

Album: Lil Boat 2 (2018)
Charted: 73


  • The final track on Lil Boat 2 finds Lil Yachty rapping about his wealth and status. He promises that he'll be "flexin'" till he reaches 66. Yachty previously associated himself with the number on his song "TR666."
  • Trippie Redd contributes a verse in which he references the chorus of his collaboration with Travis Scott, "Dark Knight Dummo". It was Lil Yachty's first collaboration with the Ohio rapper.
  • Trippie Redd was born and raised on 14th Street, in Canton, Ohio and Lil Yachty references his place of origin during the chorus.

    14, 14, high school, sellin' beans
  • The song was produced by DY of 808 Mafia, who has worked with artists such as Future, Migos, and Kodak Black.


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