A large, cross-shaped platform in the courtyard hosts the four rappers, as well as a cadre of beautiful women, as they dance and stunt in couture over the course of the song's three verses. The collaboration between 2 Chainz and Trouble Andrew was released exclusively in New York City with a special located on 54 Green Street. People's ears have adjusted to what we have to say and how we say it. As previously reported, Pretty Girls was initially slated for an April release until album cut. Last week, the Atlanta rapper announced a massive 35 city Pretty Girls Like Trap Music tour.
If not royalty, then the next best thing. In 2007, 2 Chainz began to release solo material, later securing a solo recording contract with in 2012. Sleep When U Die 12. The album title claims that pretty girls like trap music, but this album has been anticipated by all since he announced it. The local was entirely decorated in pink decor with black spray painted lettering, coinciding with the album title and theme. Archived from on September 6, 2017.
Title Writer s Producer s Length 1. I don't want to hear 15 beats. . When I come, I want to work. The song features a guest appearance from Houston-based rapper Travis Scott, while the production was handled by Murda Beatz and Cubeatz. In its second week, it dropped to number five, earning another 43,000 units a 59% drop.
Songs from Gucci Mane, and also appeared on the list. A year after releasing ColleGrove, his 2016 album that heavily featured Lil Wayne, Chainz is back with another album: Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. The is entertaining and promises big things on the album. In June 2017, 2 Chainz announced he would be partnering up with Trouble Andrew who designed the album cover , to release a collaborative collection themed after the album. But she's like, 'I want to hear.
I'm going to come off the top. Archived from on July 5, 2017. On January 2, 2017, at an press conference, 2 Chainz revealed his fourth album would be titled Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. The album will be available for streaming and listening on Friday. Following his record deal, Def Jam issued 2 Chainz's solo debut , in August. It was issued on June 16, 2017, by , as the follow-up to , his 2016 collaborative effort with.
I feel like I could waste a good idea on just listening to a track. On May 25, 2017, 2 Chainz unveiled the , crediting artist Trouble Andrew, for the. I don't want to waste my studio time listening to beats. On June 6, 2017, 2 Chainz revealed he would be headlining a national in support of the album. Just think of his performance on The. What makes the tour exciting is that he will be joined by the Trap Choir. You get with this girl, and you want to play.
Archived from on June 17, 2017. The album received widespread critical acclaim, with most critics citing the album as his best album yet. In February 2017, in anticipation for the album, 2 Chainz partnered with for an ongoing series of with the same title. The salon was open to the public where fans got their nails done for free in support of the album. Archived from on June 17, 2017. On March 10, Spotify released the updated playlist, which was assisted by his frequent collaborator. The song would later be released for purchase and go on to serve as a digital exclusive track for the album.
The album features from , , , , , , , , , , and. At , which assigns a rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, the album received an score of 82, based on 10 reviews. On May 23, 2017, 2 Chainz released a in promotion for the album. Published Jun 15, 2017 encountered some delays and leaks en route to releasing , but the rap vet is staying T. The album's was handled by , , , and , among others.
Def Jam went on to release his follow-up albums 2013 and 2016. The song was officially released on March 9, 2017. But where Jay was running out of steam, 2 Chainz sounds like he's finally hitting his stride. The album's initial release date was April 7, 2017, however on March 29, it was revealed the album had been pushed back. And it's a situation where a lot of good girls used to like the bad guys, and that's what this album is about.