We haven’t heard from Broderick Batts in a little while, leaving us to assume he’s been hard at work since he relocated to Los Angeles from his native Tampa. While the “SheDGAF (Remix)” isn’t completely new material, Lil Aaron adds more than enough to keep us happy.
The song’s wavy beat and warm vibe are still in full effect on the remix. Lil Aaron appears for a verse around 3:15, effortlessly stepping into Broderick Batts’ track. His fuzzed-over vocals drift between singing and rapping, perfectly complementing an already dope track. Be sure to check out "Kate Moss 1986" if you're feeling this one.