10 Freaky Girls
by Metro Boomin (featuring 21 Savage)

Album: Not All Heroes Wear Capes (2018)
Charted: 69 42
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  • Lyrics
  • This track finds 21 Savage dropping various pop culture references as he brags about his taste in luxury items and women. Indeed he's "got 10 freaky girls on a yacht."
  • Metro Boomin's production features at the beginning and end a soulful sample featuring vocals and some of the instruments from Kashif's 1984 song "Are You the Woman" featuring a young Whitney Houston.
  • The song is a track from Not All Heroes Wear Capes, an album that was first announced on October 31, 2018 and released two days later. It was the second straight year Metro had dropped a surprise record around Halloween, following his collaborative Without Warning project with 21 Savage and Offset.
  • Not All Heroes Wear Capes debuted at #1 on the US Billboard 200. It was Metro Boomin's first US #1 album.
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