Bankroll Freddie Teams Up With Megan Thee Stallion For Standout Hit, “Pop It”

Emerging rapper, Bankroll Freddie continues to rep his home state of Arkansas on his latest album release, Big Bank. His breakout track, “Pop It” off the project features Megan Thee Stallion with a rowdy accompanying visual. The two rappers serve fast paced bars with an effortless charm. Directed by rap video aficionado, Keemotion, the set is equipped with twerking, cars, and cash.

“Pop It” offers a gritty trap beat with heavy bass and subtle piano keys. Bankroll Freddie shows his stamina with calculated verses that glide over the melody. He raps, “She a lil’ hood, I think she’s from Tennessee / Booty so big, could of thought she from Texas / She got the peach, could of thought she from Georgia /That pussy so wet, well take me to Florida.” He ties each verse together with a common theme. The collaboration with Megan makes for an easy listen. Each artist has a classic Southern inspired sound with the ability to deliver articulate rhymes and an authentic attitude. They both have an energetic skill for performance that is heard on the track and highlighted by the flashy music video.

Megan Thee Stallion raps next to Freddie in a snakeskin bikini with a matching cowboy hat and fur coat. Freddie wears an Arkansas jersey with iced out jewelry. Lights flash over the plethora of voluptuous women and cars. Both rappers bounce to the catchy hook mouthing, “Pop it.”

Bankroll Freddie boasts a recent signing to Quality Control Music under Motown Records. His earlier single, “Add It Up” garnered the attention of hip-hop listeners and secured features for his latest project from the likes of 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, and more. With a cult following on social media and the attention of mainstream artists, Bankroll Freddie has landed his music on rap playlists with dance-worthy bops and hustler anthems.

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