New Jersey rapper Dougie F links up with recently announced 2017 XXL Freshman Kyle for a summer banger titled "Homegirl." The track is produced by Rami Beatz and should be played at loud volumes at your next function. The two have pretty good chemistry on the track.

"Can I get you all alone girl/You're more than just a homegirl/Can I take you home girl/Can I get you home girl," Dougie delivers.

"Maybe I should say fuck it and just lose/But you miss all the shots you never shoot/Eh, but I been running plays, running plays/This is like the third or fourth day," raps Kyle.

"After connecting with Kyle a year ago on his Smyle Tour we stayed in touch. I was in L.A. working with Rami Beatz and Dez Wright in a session and I came up with the record," Dougie says about the track through email. "I was tryna figure out who would fit the record and sent it right to Kyle. We eventually were both in L.A. and locked in a session at his studio and knocked it out. After a show he brought me out on in Boston he was telling me we should release our record. What better timing than now?

"Homegirl" is the first single off Dougie F's forthcoming project, Yellow Du-Rag. This year so far, he's been in the studio with PnB Rock, Skrillex, Murda Beatz, Kyle, JGramm, Jae Murphy, Sonny Digital, Trill Sammy, Mike Zombie, Ye Ali, Safe, Tyus, Dice Soho. The inspiration behind the project is about positivity.

"The inspiration behind Yellow Du-Rag is about living an optimistic life while knowing how serious things are around you," he explained to XXL. "It’s about taking your separate piece and using it to light up and guide u through that dark deep place u feel lost in. Every song title tells a story within itself. So this is me wanting to put out a project that positively affect people. Just because you’re from a fucked up place doesn’t mean you have to be stuck there musically. I feel that people don't get enough of the upbeat, uplifting, authentic, story driven, conceptual side of rap. I want them to be inspired, to go harder, be themselves, be authentic and to change their circumstances through my actions and my music."

Bump the new song below.

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