Mike WiLL Made-It and Yo Gotti “Rake It Up” with a little help from Nicki Minaj.
Shortly after teasing their Gotti Made-It collaboration, the Georgia super-producer and Tennessee rapper unleash their Barbie-assisted strip club anthem.
“I made love to a stripper,” brags Gotti. “First I had to tip her / 20,000 ones, she said I’m that ni**a.” Then, Yo boasts about his newly-inked Jay Z connection: “That’s a Roc-A-Fella chain / I was sending bricks to Harlem, back when Jay was still with Dame.”
Nicki rolls up for the second verse in a “pink Lamborghini” with a nod to Bell Biv DeVoe’s “Poison.” “I don’t date, honey / Cookie on tsunami / All my ni**as wife me once they get that good punani,” she raps. “I think he need the panty / I might just let him find me / Never trust a big butt and a smile, word to Ronnie.”
But “Poison” isn’t the only classic referenced on the track. During the song’s third verse, Gotti opens with a nod to N.W.A’s “Gangsta Gangsta” and continues with an homage to Too $hort’s favorite word. “You a bitch and your bitch should expose you,” he raps. “All that pillow talking, ni**a, that’s what the hoes do / You a bitch, word to my ni**a Short / We won’t ever write no statements, we ain’t showing up in court.”
“Rake It Up” appears on Mike WiLL Made-It and Yo Gotti’s joint project Gotti Made-It, which is available now.