Marshmello teams up with 42 Dugg for hip hop banger, “Baggin’”

A new collaboration from the EDM producer and blossoming Detroit rapper.

Marshmello has enlisted 42 Dugg for a new hip hop banger, “Baggin’.”

On the track, the Detroit rapper references a slew of luxury brands in boastful verses over the EDM producer’s minimalistic beat. “God sat me down and told me, ‘Youngin’, you the one’ / Givenchy, Louis, BAPE, the only thing, I’m from the slums / White gold, presidential, maybe I should run / Still get ’em by the ton, 65, three times a month,” Dugg spits.

The new collaboration is the first release from Marshmello since he revealed that his fourth studio album, Joytime IV, would be dropping “very soon.” However, it’s currently unclear if “Baggin’” will appear on the project, or when the LP will be released.

Earlier this year, Marshmello teamed up with Halsey for “Be Kind,” which received a video treatment in June. He was also featured on “Hate the Other Side” and “Come & Go,” songs from Juice WRLD’s posthumous album Legends Never Die.

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Listen to “Baggin’” below:

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