Yung Miami Breaks Down The Wildest "Rap Freaks" Name Drops
A week after appearing on Quavo’s Freaknik-inspired single “Strub The Ground,” City Girls rapper Yung Miami doubled back with a solo track of her own. Titled “Rap Freaks,” the brief new track finds the Florida rapper name-dropping several of the most popular artists in the music industry, from Tory Lanez, DaBaby, and Megan Thee Stallion to Diddy, Cardi B, and Nicki Minaj.
Longtime Hip-Hop fans will easily recognize Yung Miami’s song as a fresh take on similar name-dropping tracks, such as The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Just Playing (Dreams),” Lil’ Kim’s “Dreams,” 50 Cent’s “How To Rob,” and Nicki Minaj’s “Barbie Dreams.” In an exclusive interview with Billboard, the City Girls artist confirms that she was in fact inspired by many of the aforementioned artists, and she attests that the name drops in “Rap Freaks” shouldn’t be taken too seriously.
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“The song is showing love to all the rappers right now, it’s nothing personal,” Yung Miami told Billboard. “I [named] a bunch of the guys who are on top, that’s hot, that’s poppin’. Nothing is personal, nothing is literal, I’m just having fun.”
After explaining that none of the lyrics in “Rap Freaks” should be interpreted as disses, Yung Miami did offer more background information about some of the single’s most outlandish lines.
In the final…