DDG Drops “Money Long” ft OG Parker & 42 Dugg


“Saying free the guys to my homie home, gotta keep a glock, ni**as hating cuz my money long…”

– quote from “Money Long”

DDG and producer OG Parker release one of the sizzling collaborations of 2021, “Money Long,” featuring 42 Dugg.

Strumming a catchy trap beat with a snaggy baseline and upbeat tunes, “Money Long” is a hip-hop masterpiece. It is a smooth blend of OG Parker’s magical beats and DDG’s swanky bars. The impressive cameo injected by 42 Dugg makes the track all the more impactful. The song is about the streets and staying on top of the game. DDG hits the point home with the punch line, “I might send yo’ ass to Miami for a tummy tuck.”

DDG is a rapper and songwriter from Pontiac, Michigan. He is also a YouTuber and an entrepreneur. Graduating as the valedictorian at his high school, DDG worked his way into becoming a multi-millionaire. He relentlessly hustled on YouTube to be at the forefront of the hip-hop scene, making sure to spruce things up with some unexpected and undeniable bangers. In 2018 following the release of “Take Me Serious”, he rose to the top of the hip-hop scene. His single, “Arguments,” gained him recognition as one of the best upcoming rappers in the game within just a year.

He has appeared in many notable collaborations over the years with artists like BLUEFACE and Esquire, among others. Lyrical Lemonade dubbed him a “Rap Star in the Making.” He had a major breakthrough in 2020 with the widespread hit track, “Moonwalking In Calabasas,” featuring BLUEFACE. DDG’s fame continues to spread like wildfire. His music has generated over half a billion total streams and views and his fan base being on a steady rise.


42 Dugg is one of the notable rappers in the Detroit rap industry. He is most renowned for his collaborations with Lil Baby and his tracks “Grace” and “We Paid.” “We Paid” later made it to the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. 42 Dugg is jointly signed to Lil Baby and Yo Gotti labels via Empire Distribution.








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