For her first release this year, Detroit rapper Kash Doll dropped the music video for “Bad Azz,” the anthem featuring Mulatto, Benny the Butcher and Atlanta’s DJ Infamous.
Dressed in all black, the rap heavyweights are seen inside a dimly lit warehouse, rapping about their rich and famous lifestyle and flexing on their haters.
“You ain’t bad [chick] ’cause you runnin’ scams/Instagram, Snapchat, and OnlyFans,” raps Kash Doll. “I be with my [friends] on some boss [ish]/You and your [friends] on some loss [ish].”
The track was co-written by Hitmaka and London Jae and produced by Grammy-nominated hitmakers OG Parker and Smash David.
The “Bad Azz” video follows Kash’s “Nervous” single, featuring Icewear Vezzo and Zaytoven, and her “Bossa Nova” anthem with fellow Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley. She also dropped a vicious 16 on Big Sean’s Detroit 2 cut “Friday Night Cypher.”
Kash’s last album, 2019’s Stacked, featured appearances from Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, Summer Walker, Teyana Taylor and more.
Up next, the 28-year-old begins filming her recurring role in 50 Cent‘s new series, Black Mafia Family, based on the head of one of the most influential crime families of the 1980’s: Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory.
As previously reported, Kash Doll plays one of Flenory’s lovers, Monique — a single mother and a paralegal for the biggest defense attorney in Detroit — who is determined to give her daughter a better life.
(Video contains uncensored profanity.)
By Rachel George
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