Produced by The Beat Bully and Jahlil Beats, “Bougie” sees both rappers spitting fervently over the hard-hitting instrumental. The upbeat tempo of the beat offers a perfect basis for the two rappers to follow, both of which orientate their lyricism around their hustle for money and the groupies around them trying to take advantage of it. Meek’s flow, in particular, takes a faster stance, interweaving his staccato flow alongside the instrumental.
You can listen to Lil Durk “Bougie” featuring Meek Mill below. Love 4 The Streets 2 drops next week on July 26.
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