Chanel (Go Get It)
by Young Thug (featuring Lil Baby)

Album: Slime Language (2018)
Charted: 78
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  • Young Thug is joined by his Young Stoner Life signee Gunna and fellow Atlantian Lil Baby on this ode to treating a girl to the best luxury items.

    She want Chanel, go get it, she want Chanel, go get it
    She want this Fendi, go get it, she want a Birkin, go get it
    She want this Gucci, she get it, she want this Louis, go get it
    Loubs with the spikes, she get it, everything I got, she gettin' it, yeah

    The rappers mention 15 different designer brands between them including Fendi, Hermès, Gucci, Louis Vuitton Bentley, and of course the titular Chanel.
  • Young Thug primarily handles the chorus on the track, while Gunna and Lil Baby have one verse each. The threesome previously worked together when Young Thug and Lil Baby hopped on Gunna's Drip Season 3 track "Oh Okay."


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