Continuing his swift ascent as one of rap’s hottest superstars, hitmaking hip-hop artist Moneybagg Yo unleashed a new single entitled “Go” with Big 30 — the buzzing Memphis spitter who like Moneybagg is also signed to N Less Entertainment, in a partnership with Moneybagg’s own Bread Gang Entertainment.
Listen to the track released via CMG/N-less Entertainment/Interscope Records HERE.
As part of the launch of the new single, Bagg also announced the forthcoming release of his fourth full-length studio album, A Gangsta’s Pain, will arrive on April 23. Pre-order and pre-save A Gangsta’s Pain – one of the most anticipated hip-hop projects of 2021 to date – HERE.
With the release of “Go,” Moneybagg once again serves up an unapologetic and undeniable anthem. He tears through the production with his tenacious signature flow before Big 30 counters with an equally punchy cameo. Together, these two Memphis titans body the beat with head-nodding hooks and bold bars, providing a 21st century Southern rap masterclass.
Paving the way for A Gangsta’s Pain, the new release follows MoneyBagg’s recent single “Hard for the Next” featuring Grammy award-winning artist Future. In addition to plugs from Pitchfork, Complex, HipHopDX, and more, Brooklyn Vegan noted, “Memphis rapper Moneybagg Yo continues to rise and remains prolific.” The song has gathered 6 million-plus Spotify streams and 6.7 million YouTube views and counting on the music video since its release in late-March.
Meanwhile, the album will also include “Time Today,” which just officially received Gold certification by the RIAA. Beyond accumulating 30 million-plus streams, the track scored a spot on the Billboard’s Hot 100.
Moneybagg also recently received a major co-sign from Grammy-winning hitmaker Pharrell, who said “Moneybagg is my favorite, favorite, favorite, right now” on the OTHERtone podcast. He also found himself at the forefront of yet another viral moment. A meme circulated after President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion COVID relief package and the internet referred to him as Moneybagg Joe. This quickly led to a trending spot on Twitter and national coverage on The Beat with Ari Melber, watch the clip HERE.A GANGSTA’S PAIN
OUT APRIL 23RD – PRE-ORDER HERE
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