Produced by Marshmello and Ambezza, the song is steeped in a nocturnal trap beat that compliments Dugg’s laid-back flow. Measuring at a little under three and a half minutes, the instrumentals feature a ghoulish piano riff set against a syncopated drum pattern. Dugg pens lyrics about getting money, enlivened by braggadocious lines like “Faced some fire, and the feds ask me, am I Dugg / Ask God, not at all, four million with all the cash” and “I get nervous when I get mentioned / Bro do four a week in Cinci, could be five, but he too picky.” The song’s chorus is repeated both in the beginning and the end, where Marshmello’s intricately layered beat slowly fades out.
Scroll above to listen to 42 Dugg and Marshmello’s new single “Baggin.”
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