42 Dugg is undoubtedly taking 2020 as his own.
Garnering much success from his assistance on tracks like Lil Baby’s “We Paid,” Marshmello’s “Baggin,” Big Sean’s “Friday Night Cypher,” T.I’s “On The Hood,” Mulatto’s “Off Top,” and Yella Beezy’s “Solid,” the Detroit native attests to the saying “dreams demand hustle.” His career’s longevity is put on full display with every song and project he debuts to the world.
With the pen and pad as his confidant, 42 Dugg opens up about his upbringing, what he’s seen/heard over the years, the importance of loyalty, and how he stays ten toes down, to name a few.
Last week, 42 Dugg released “Free Woo,” which serves as an ode towards an incarcerated friend. This song comes right after his inaugural single “Free Merey,” which he released in mid-August.
On “Free Woo,” the rapper delivers his rhymes with a swaggy cadence and speaks about “hustlin’ against the ball line.” Elsewhere, he details his experiences thus far as a notorious figure in the rap game, the effect he has on women, how he chases a check, and the power behind optimism.
Not to mention, 42 Dugg calls the bluff of wannabe gangstas, rapping, “How the fuck you did six years with four flats?/Of course Hot Boy and Will had to get it, they both rats.” Subsequently, he spits other lines like “Been in my bag, nigga, get in yours/Quarter mill’ in cash, ain’t shit in yours.”
Production-wise, Flex On The Beat blends southern hip-hop and trap arrangements to compliment 42 Dugg’s cut-edge bars. “Free Woo” will be the second single off his forthcoming project.