Casanova has been putting in the work for quite some time, slowly becoming one of the more well-known rappers out of Brooklyn. His new song, "Best Friend 2.0," is a re-working of one of his previous tracks, and now features Bay Area superstar G-Eazy and Rich The Kid.

The track revolves around charming women in the club, and all three rappers use their fame to their advantage. Casanova's hook is catchy as always. "We in the club goin' dumb/All those freaks, tell 'em come," he raps. He then gives a nod to one of his previous singles: "Girl, I sing that song 'Don't Run'/You, you, you, want a shot, take some."

G-Eazy mans the second verse, and he has the type of brags you'd expect from a rapper as successful as he is. "Trending topic ain't nobody bringing you up/I see the bag and go get it," he delivers. Gerald just doesn't see any equals out there. Lines like "Go and cop the 'Rari don't rent it/ Girl I sing that song 'No Limit'/ Tryna smash her best friend we both with it," show that he's living quite the charmed life.

All three rappers on the track have some things going on. Casanova recently deaded his beef with the polarizing 6ix9ine. G-Eazy dropped three new songs to celebrate his birthday about a little under two weeks ago. Meanwhile, things aren't as positive for Rich The Kid, who just got into a scuffle with former friend Lil Uzi Vert.

Give "Go BestFriend 2.0" a listen below.

Roc Nation Records

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