Anything U Want

Album: Girl Disrupted (2017)
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  • This laid-back tune is about doing whatever your lover wants you to in order to please them. Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih and Ty Dolla $ign all contribute verses. Streeter told iHeart Radio:

    "I feel like all of the bases got covered. Wiz, the way he raps and his flow [and] his style is so distinctive. Jeremiah and his pockets, the tone of his voice, I'm obsessed with. Ty Dolla $ign and that rasp that you hear in his voice is probably one of my favorites. I love his tone, too. All three of them are incredible lyricists. They write just the coolest, most vibiest, most swaggiest stuff, and I just love them for that reason."
  • The video finds Streeter chilling and having fun at a house party. We see her having a smoke session with Wiz and dancing with Jeremih, Ty Dolla also makes an appearance in the clip by way of a TV. Other revellers include Empire's Serayah and singer/songwriter Eric Bellinger.


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