The 50th anniversary of hip-hop has brought plenty of excitement back into the genre this year. Artists both new and old are showing out in celebration of the boundary-pushing genre, which has helped many of them make millions and live out their dreams. Apple Music specifically has been doing their part to celebrate by bringing in select artists to make songs exclusively available on the streaming platform. Among them is Baby Tate, who reimagined a throwback Ludacris song for her contribution, "My Biznazz."
As Uproxx notes, the reality starlet covers the Fast & Furious actor's 2001 fan favourite, "Rollout (My Business)" nearly word-for-word, though there are a few modern updates. "I got my twin Glock .40s, cocked back / Me and my homies, so drop that / We rolling on twenties, with the top back / So much money, you can't stop that," she rhymes twice on the chorus. Tate's listeners are more than pleased to hear new music from her, especially after she reminded us that she's "only getting better" when sharing salacious thirst traps on her birthday last month.
Baby Tate Isn't Playing on Latest Release, "My Biznazz"
Aside from this weekend's surprise arrival, we also recently saw Saweetie and the Atlanta native team up for the "Hey Mickey!" remix, which has been making rounds on TikTok as of late. Other recent efforts to come from Tate include her Mani/Pedi mixtape, as well as collaborations with both Babyface and JID that continue to earn her plenty of praise.
Tap into Baby Tate's "My Biznazz" exclusively on Apple Music above. Which version do you like better, the female rap star's, or Ludacris' throwback classic? Let us know in the comments, and check back later this weekend for more HNHH release recommendations.
Man I ain't got nothing to prove, I paid my dues
Breaking the rules, I shake fools while I'm taking a cruise
Tell me, who's your MUA? How do you look so good?
You's a superstar, girl, why you still up in the hood?