Said Sum
by Moneybagg Yo (featuring City Girls & DaBaby)

Album: Code Red (2020)
Charted: 17


  • South Memphis, Tennessee native Demario DeWayne White, Jr. is a rapper who records under the name of Moneybagg Yo. This song is from his joint mixtape with Blac Youngsta, Code Red.
  • The hard-hitting cut finds Moneybagg Yo addressing those who have plenty to say but nothing worth hearing. He tells people who aren't rich like him to stop talking because their opinion is irrelevant; he also tells girls to stop chatting to him when he's on a business call.
  • YC, also known as TurnMeUpYC, supplied the production. YC garnered his first Hot 100 hit with the Moneybagg Yo and DaBaby collaboration "Protect Da Brand," which peaked at #89 in January 2020.
  • Moneybagg dropped a remix of "Said Sum" featuring the City Girls and DaBaby, which is also included on Code Red. Released on September 17, 2020, it became his first Top 40 hit.
  • The song's popularity was boosted by fans latching on to City Girls rapper JT's verse on TikTok. Especially notable was Barack Obama's daughter Sasha posting a TikTok with one of her friends lip-syncing to the cut.


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