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Soulja Boy Is First on Hxllywood “Sneaky Link 2.0” Single & Visual


Big Draco’s first, and better-known as Soulja Boy Tell’emThe first to get on the remix version is. Hxllywood viral hit “Sneaky Link 2.0,” which is accompanied by a music video. 

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The song’s 2020 original, “Sneaky Link,” has garnered over 4.3 million streams. In 2.0, the “She Make It Clap” hitmaker and the new Atlanta star rap about being a nonchalant undercover lover. “And I heard you got a man/ Hollywood don’t give a damn/ I make lil’ mama jam/ So, I know that you a fan,” Hxllywood raps. 

Kayla Nicole is a young female recording artist. The track and the video are female-oriented. The video features Kayla, Soulja Boy, and Hxllywood chatting with one another about a group of slim, bikini-shape women living in Hollywood Hills. The 2.0 video was first released in October 2013. It has been streamed over 2.7 Million times.

Hxllywood and “Sneaky Link” appear to be taking their act on the road with recording artists G-Herbo and Queen Key joins a Chicago version of the new hit released last month. The song’s success prepares a highly-anticipated full-length album on the horizon via Run-It-Up Records. Hxllywood, who released his breakthrough EP in 2017, jumped onto the hip-hop mainstream radar. Lil Mama Music, which featured the signature song “Throw It Back.”

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Big Draco is currently ranting with other artists after verses were removed from his new record. In October, videos surfaced of the icon lashing out at Kanye West for being removed from the artist’s latest album, Donda, for sending in a “bad verse.” Most recently, Draco spazzed out on Lil Yacthy and DaBaby-protege Stunna 4 Vegas for being swamped out of artists’ new songs with a guest verse by up-and-coming acts. 

Draco has been involved in verbal sparring with Trouble, an Atlanta rapper on Instagram. The dispute stemmed from comments made about Young Dolph. Draco and Trouble made ideal threats, but at the time of writing there was no physical altercation. 

You can stream the original remix and see the video for the music below. 






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