With hip-hop celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, there’s been a lot of excitement returning to the genre. Artists old and new put on shows to celebrate a genre that pushes boundaries, and many have made millions of dollars and helped their dreams come true. Apple Music, in particular, is doing its part to celebrate by inviting select artists to stream their songs exclusively on his platform. Among them was Baby Tate, who posted a reinterpretation of an old Ludacris song called “My Biznazz.”
As Aprox Note, Reality Starlet Covers fast and furious The actor’s 2001 fan-favorite Rollout (My Business) is largely untouched, with a few modern updates. “I got my twin Glock .40 by putting it on the back/Me and my buddies, so let’s throw it away/Running around my twenties top-back/Too much money, can’t stop it” She rhymes her twice in the chorus. Tate’s listeners have been dying to hear new music from her, especially since she reminded us that she was “only getting better” when she shared her vile thirst trap on her birthday last month. I am very happy to hear.
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Baby Tate isn’t playing on latest release ‘My Biznazz’
Aside from this weekend’s surprise appearance, we recently witnessed Saweetie and the Atlanta native teaming up for “Hey Mickey!” A remix that has recently become a hot topic on TikTok. Other recent initiatives by Tate include: mani pedi Her mixtapes and collaborations with both Babyface and JID continue to earn her many accolades.
Tap “My Biznazz” by Baby Tate, exclusively on Apple Music above. Which version do you prefer, the female rap star version or the old Ludacris version? Let us know in the comments.Check back this weekend for more details HNHH Release recommendations.
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I have nothing to prove, I paid my dues
Break the rules and rock the fools on your cruise
Tell me, who is your MUA? How do you look so good?
You’re a superstar, so why are you still in the hood?