The newly-engaged super-producer groups up with Migos on his new banger “Pure Water,” which follows final 12 months’s “Dangerous World” with Travis Scott and YG.
Over the heavy-hitting beat, Takeoff delivers a slam-dunk verse, Offset references Drake (“I’m not from Canada, however I see numerous tings”), and Quavo celebrates his “massive drip.”
“No Master P, 10 dangerous bitches and so they after me / One dangerous bitch seem like a masterpiece,” raps Quavo on the hook.
Mustard beforehand labored with Quavo on 2016’s “Want Her” with YG, however this was the primary time he collaborated with Takeoff and Offset. “It appears like a celebration,” the 10 Summers boss stated of their collaboration. “And I’m not saying like a down South celebration or a Trap celebration. It’s like Migos coming to L.A. and having a home celebration right here.”
He’s additionally been within the studio with 21 Savage, Future, Meek Mill, Tyga, YG, and extra. “We name them, nuclear bombs, ’trigger we gonna shake the entire world up. I acquired information, and I acquired numerous them,” he advised Zane Lowe on Beats 1.
Additionally, Mustard just lately scored his first Grammy nominations for his work on Ella Mai’s hit “Boo’d Up,” which is up for Song of the Year and Best R&B Song. The two are planning to return to the studio as soon as she wraps her tour.