Young Greatness Has a Message for His Haters on New Song “Doubt Me”
New Orleans rapper Young Greatness drops "Doubt Me," a cut off his upcoming mixtape Bloody Summer that drops this Halloween (Oct. 31). The new track, which is produced by D-Roc, finds the rapper telling his haters to keep on doubting him because he's going to stay winning. "I done made all the money/I done bought all the cars/I done bought all the diamonds/Now these niggas want to doubt me," he raps.
Greatness—who signed to his hometown label, Cash Money Records earlier this year—made "Doubt Me" pretty easily, completing the song in 30 minutes. It's just a taste of what fans can expect from Bloody Summer.
"When I recorded 'Doubt Me' it literally was a 30 minute process," he told XXL. "I was in the studio with D-Roc, the producer of 'Doubt Me,' and Drumma Boy. I walked out the studio [for a second] and when I came back Drumma was like 'Hey, D-Roc just did this joint, you really need to knock this out ASAP.' Once I heard it, I instantly had so much to talk about."
He adds, "The message I wanted to deliver was I feel like a lot of people don't believe in themselves or their dreams. So when they see me going hard for mines, I kind of feel like they question why I go so hard for my dreams. So I felt like the people could relate to it. Bloody Summer will wake everybody up. I feel like I have a lot to prove even with me having a gold plaque, but that's not enough for me. I want everybody to love me so I'm going to grind for it, believe that."
Young Greatness's breakout record “Moolah," which originally dropped in 2015, was certified platinum September of 2016. Bloody Summer features production by Drumma Boy. The mixtape follows up 2016’s I Tried To Tell Em 2.
Bump "Doubt Me" below.
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