Lil Mama is out here looking for revenge. After remixing Rihanna and Drake’s “Work” and Desiigner’s “Panda,” the New York rapper is back with another remix, this one for “Summer Sixteen,” which she drops on the same day as Views.
Over Drake’s single, Mama raps about haters who pretend to like her while dancing in a graffiti-filled abandoned spot. And while flowing about her shooters, she also spits bars about past aspirations.
“I used to want to rap like Lauryn Hill,” she rhymes. “Drop tracks talking about something for real / Now everything about trap and drill / Chicks still worry about checks and mills.”
Watch Mama do it dirty, not clean.