Young Thug Links Up With Cheeks Bossman On “UDIGG”

Cheeks Bossman recruits Young Thug on “UDIGG.”

BYAron A.
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Cheeks Bossman is back with his new song, "UDIGG." The Florida rapper links up with Young Thug for the track. Bossman and Thugger deliver braggadocious bars and detail their love for flexing on the track. Cheeks Bossman's been making waves for a minute and his latest collab with Thugger could be what helps shine a bigger spotlight on his name. Cheeks Bossman initially teased the song last week on Instagram. 

As for Thug, the rapper's been teasing new music lately, although we haven't heard any updates recently. The rapper announced that he was working on an album and previewed a new song with rising Compton star, Roddy Ricch. The announcement of the new project came shortly after he and Birdman revealed their Cash Money x YSL partnership.

Quotable Lyrics
I'm gettin' straight to the check in the mornin'
I'm tryna double my bag when I'm snorin'
I got your bitch givin' top in the foreign
If they ain't talkin' 'bout racks, I ignore 'em

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