Dreezy recruits PnB Rock for new song, “Can’t Trust a Soul.” On the track, Dreezy and Rock rattle off rhymes about disloyalty and self-reliance. They display great energy throughout the track.

"They be tryna lie to me, they be thinkin' I'm slippin'/I stay on my toes, niggas be thinkin' they low/Bitches be thinkin' I'm slow, little do they know/Everyday I got my pole, I swear I can't trust a soul," raps the 2017 XXL Freshman.

The Chicago talent comes in strong, "These bitches be fucking these niggas for nothin'/They ain't gettin' no profit/I'ma go shop when I land/Hop on a plane with no bags/I know I'm makin' them mad."

“Can’t Trust a Soul" follows up “Spar,” Dreezy's politically charged single that calls out President Trump and features guest appearances from 6lack and Kodak Black.

PnB Rock dropped off his debut album, Catch These Vibes, officially last Friday (Nov. 17). The 18-track project showcased the rapper's knack for melodies. Bump “Can’t Trust a Soul” below.

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