Moneybagg Yo recently shared his latest LP, titled, Hard To Love. He dropped the album yesterday, after providing fans with various singles ahead of the release. He announced the track list late last month, revealing various highly-anticipated collaborations. Collabs on the album include GloRilla, Future, Lil Durk, and more.
Listeners were eager to hear his collab with Chicago rapper Lil Durk, on the track “Rock Out.” Moneybagg Yo’s protégé YTB Fatt, who was recently signed to his record label Bread Gang, also appears on the song. Defined by fierce bars and a laid-back beat, “Rock Out” brings a classic sound to the new album.
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In a recent appearance on Big Boy’s Neighborhood, Moneybagg Yo opened up about the sentiment behind his latest record. “People don’t come with good intentions [nowadays],” Moneybagg Yo explained. He went on to say that he has “trust issues” and has “been through a lot with the people that are close to [him.]” He claims, “That made me hard to love.”
He told his fans upon the new albums release, “Preciate To All Y’all For Being Patient With Me It’s Been A Long Two Years And Honestly it Don’t Even Feel Like It. The Shit That Went On Could of Broke Me To My Knees But I’m To HardBody For Dat ! This Tape I Got Real Personal! Touched On Pain, Vulnerability, And Substance Abuse.” Moneybagg Yo added, “Shout Out To Everyone Who Played A Part In Putting This Together This Mixtape Is The SINGLE To My Upcoming Album! Trust me, This Shit Gone Set The Summer On Fye.”
I don’t care how you do it, but get on it (Right now, right now)
Whatever it take, bake a cake, sic a bi**h on him (Go)
It cost to go to war, you know that, don’t it? (Huh?)
You lil’ n***as ain’t got no money to beef with me, go get your big homie (N***a)