Moneybagg Yo With New Single “Quickie,” Flips Outkast Classic

Moneybagg Yo With New Single "Quickie," Flips Outkast Classic

Moneybagg With his new single, Yo has started the promotion for his next album. The song samples an old Outkast song.

The video for Yo Gotti’s most recent track, “Quickie,” uses a sample of Outkast’s 1996 song “Jazzy Belle,” which Lil Wayne notably sampled for The Drought is Over 4: Return to the Carter 3 Sessions mixtape smash “PMW,” was released on Thursday (December 8). Moneybagg Yo, dressed as an astronaut, raps about the pleasures of impromptu sex while the video for the racy song oscillates between a strip club and space settings.

Following the release of “Quickie,” Moneybagg Yo took to Twitter to tease more new songs and announce that he is currently in album mode and is getting ready to release the follow-up to his 2021 Billboard Chart-topping album A Gangsta’s Pain.

“‘Quickie’ Song & Video Out Now !!#AlbumCampaignStartsNow,” Moneybagg Yo wrote in a tweet featuring a clip of the video.

In a separate tweet, Monebagg Yo went on to thank Lil Wayne, who appeared on the remix of his smash single “Wockesha” last year, for inspiring him to make the record on his own terms.

“Preciate @LilTunechi for the inspiration [hand emoji] #Quickie OUT NOW !!.” he tweeted. The release of “Quickie” follows the Memphis rapper’s September single “Blow,” in addition to multiple highlighted guest features Moneybagg Yo has provided recently for artists such as Freddi Gibbs, who recruited Bagg for his $ould $old $eperately album track “Too Much.”

Moneybagg Yo spoke to during the release party for the Madison Square Gumbo strain at the Berner’s Cookies dispensary in Maywood, California, discussing his new songs and his efforts to develop his own line of rolling papers.

He continued: “But it’s all about Gumbo right now. Actually, we putting together my own paper, and I’m gonna come out with my own paper. You know what I’m saying? And we’re gonna do the leaf too. So that’s coming too.”

Artists like Meek Mill, Dave East, Fabolous, and more have publicly co-signed with the cannabis brand Gumbo Brands, which was formed by Karim Butler and Alexis Major and is owned by Black people.

Watch The Video for “Quickie,” below:

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