The track, initially teased by AJ Tracey last month via Twitter, is accompanied by an Arrad-directed visual filmed in Los Angeles. Both rappers can be seen toting stacks of cash, with the heavily-edited visual referencing Prince’s classic track, “Purple Rain.”
Aitch and AJ Tracey both rappers sling out voracious sixteens over a piano-heavy beat provided by the 23-year-old producer. They exchange bars on the song’s hook, “I said “Say my name” (Say it)/First class flight to L.A, as soon as I land, bill a paper plane (Uh)/Soon touch back in the ends, 110 on the M, tryna’ take a chase (Skrrt-skrrt)/Big fat stack in my bag, when I un-zip that, finna’ make it rain,” Aitch starts. AJ Tracey follows it up with Jamaican Patois slang, “She said ‘Wagwan, what’s going on?’/'Why am I wet?’ Gyal, that’s rain (Blaow)/Cuh, when we run down, it’s rain/Right wrist and left wrist, that’s rain.”
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