Bad Bad Bad
by Young Thug (featuring Lil Baby)

Album: So Much Fun (2019)
Charted: 72 32
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  • Here, Young Thug and Lil Baby boast about all the luxurious brands they can afford to buy their women. They believe that a girl who is "bad, bad, bad" deserves the most expensive jewelry.

    Double C, no Chanel, 'cause she bad, bad, bad

    Both the luxury jewelry brand Cartier and fashion company Chanel have brand logos with interlocking C's. Thugger makes it clear that he's referencing Cartier, not Chanel.
  • Young Thug and Lil Baby did previously show love for Chanel on Thugger's Baby-featuring 2018 track "Chanel (Go Get It)." The pair also collaborated when Thug featured on Baby's 2017 track "Right Now."
  • The song was produced by the Atlanta beatmaker Wheezy, who frequently works with Young Thug. Their previous collaborations include "Family Don't Matter" and "Chanel (Go Get It)."
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