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By Billboard

London on Da Track heads toward his upcoming EP with the release of an explosive collab connecting the super producer with G-Eazy, City Girls and Juvenile. "Throw Fits" premiered as Zane Lowe's Beats 1 World Record on Wednesday (May 15), but the New Orleans block-party-themed visual ended up stealing the show.

With women twerking all around him, Gerald kicks off the bounce-fused tune bragging about his excess of riches. "Me and London pullin' up in these Lambo trucks/ Spent a thousand while you throw your little hundred bucks/ I really want to splurge, some of you broke as fuck," he raps.

Yung Miami takes center stage in the middle of the road and delivers a raunchy assist. "He gon' want it back, I'm his fellow freak," she raps.

Juvie looks right at home soaking up the Big Easy love from his city. "We throwin' money in the air, we tryna touch the ceiling/ N---as keep lookin' and they can't get out they fuckin' feelings/ Bounce it for the 20s, shake it for the 50s/ Do it for a hundred, pay your bills, baby," the Cash Money artist spews with his gold grill in.

London also shared that he has recently been working with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Young Thug, Saweetie, Roddy Ricch and Trippie Redd during his interview on Beats 1.

Watch the "Throw Fits" video below.


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