Stop Smoking Black & Milds

Album: The Booty Tape (2017)
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Songfacts®:

  • This Booty Tape cut is a humorous broadside against Black & Milds, a brand of American cigars that are filled with aromatic pipe tobacco. "Personally, if I see a show or I have a show and I see a group of my fans smoking Black's, "Stop all the music! Bro, these niggas up here smoking Black's and I don't know how they would do that s--t. Really disrespectful," Ugly God explained to Genius. "Really made me feel some type of way. Anybody got some weed for them? I'll pay for it."
  • Ugly God came up with the track in the studio. "I was just recording, man," he said. "It was more of a freestyle. I kept saying s--t and adding on. I said some tight s--t after it. I would write down as I was freestyling, just saying some ratchet s--t. Just adding, and then it became a song. I just one-took it bruh. All one take. No stop and recording."

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