RiFF RAFF & YG Collide On New Strip Club Anthem "Make It Drop"

RiFF RAFF comes through with a new single featuring YG.

BYAron A.
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RiFF RAFF hasn't been slacking at all in recent times. Although there was a point when he was noticeably absent from the rap game, he's continued to flood the Internet with new music in recent times. Last year, he released a few projects including November's Tangerine Tiger and April's Alcoholic Alligator. Although he's been promoting the former for a minute, he's back with a brand new single geared towards the strip clubs.

RiFF RAFF is back with his latest single, "Make It Drop." Jody Highroller links up with YG for the track. The two rappers deliver a ratchet single that's bound to pop off in strip clubs across America. YG holds down the first verse before handing it over to RiFF RAFF to hold down the rest of the track. The track follows the release of his video for "As If Life Didn't Tear Us Apart" which arrived last month.

Peep his new track.

Quotable Lyrics
Bills get paid, nails get did
We bless these bitches 'cause they take care of they kids
Shake that ass, bitch, shake that ass, bitch
Fuck her then kick her out the house like take a cab bitch

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