DDG X OG PARKER RELEASE NEW SINGLE & MUSIC VIDEO “MONEY LONG” FEATURING 42 DUGG TODAY!
DDG X OG PARKER RELEASE NEW SINGLE & MUSIC VIDEO “MONEY LONG” FEATURING 42 DUGG TODAY
SET TO RELEASE JOINT PROJECT DIE 4 RESPECT SOON
(February 26, 2021 – Los Angeles, CA) – Representing one of the hottest collaborations of 2021, gold-selling Pontiac, MI rising rapper and social media phenomenon DDG and prolific producer OG Parker unleash a joint single and music video entitled “Money Long” [feat. 42 Dugg].
Get it HERE via Epic Records.
On the track, Parker’s trap keys cut through a head-nodding bass line and skittering beat. Meanwhile, DDG launches into quotable and confident bars punctuated by a promise, “I’m gonna send your ass to Miami for a tummy tuck.” Meanwhile, 42 Dugg pulls up with an instantly impactful cameo of his own. In the accompanying visual.
Watch it HERE.
The songs the stage for their new collaborative project, Die 4 Respect, which drops very soon.
DDG continues riding high. His breakthrough smash “Moonwalking In Calabasas” has gathered 150 million global streams and 38 million YouTube views to date, continues to hold a spot in the Top 10 of Rap Caviar and Top 15 of Rap Life, and recently snagged a gold certification in the U.S. Meanwhile, he has eclipsed 300 million total streams thus far. He also just delivered a knockout performance of “Moonwalking In Calabasas” on UPROXX Sessions—watch HERE.
Die 4 Respect assures his place at the forefront of the pack though. Get ready!
Flexing with clever quotable bars, blockbuster hooks, and superstar power, DDG shakes up the status quo with unpredictable and undeniable bangers. After 2018’s Take Me Serious, he rose to the top of the hip-hop class on VALEDICTORIAN. Within just a year, the single “ARGUMENTS” scored his first U.S. gold certification. Igniting 2020, he achieved a major breakthrough with “Moonwalking In Calabasas (Remix)” [feat. BLUEFACE], earning a ubiquitous hit and his second gold plaque in the process. Generating over half-a-billion total streams and views and building a rabid fan base, DDG’s influence proves downright inescapable.