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Playboi Carti Celebrates His Glo Up With “We So Proud Of Him”

Considering his grind in 2017, we'd be proud of ourselves too.

As Playboi Carti’s stock continues to rise after the release of his self-titled mixtape, his performances at 2017 Rolling Loud Festival, Adult Swim's Upfront party and more, he celebrates his ascension with the glittery celebratory track, “We So Proud Of Him”.

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After being leaked as a snippet, it floated across the Internet with fans begging for its release every other second. The complete mastered version has finally been liberated, and issa infectious tune for real. Carti's new track features ATL rapper flexing his charismatic cockiness over a crisp, gleamy melody, produced by BasedTJ and 6silky. His braggadocios nature oozes with bars like, "You can’t move like him, you can’t do like him/ You ain’t real crew then, ooh, how you shoot with them?/ How you move with them? How you true to them?"

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[email protected] & @lilkim take us back with "I Can Love You" 🔥 #BETAwards

— BET (@BET) June 24, 2019

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City Girls and Lil Baby Perform At The 2019 BET Awards

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He then went into his record "Pure Cocaine," keeping the energy alive and well as only Lil Baby can do. As he rapped about making "a brick through a brick," his background dancers "fought" amongst themselves matching the theme of the song. He sealed the deal on his performance at the end by having money thrown out into the air as a finishing touch.

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DaBaby Performs "Suge" At BET Awards 2019

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