Tyga ‘Freaky Deaky’: Doja Cat channels kinky side, fans beg her not to collab with rapper

Since the 32-year-old rapper already has a hit record with Doja, the two quickly secured one of the top spots on the trending list


                            Tyga ‘Freaky Deaky’: Doja Cat channels kinky side, fans beg her not to collab with rapper
Tyga and Doja Cat in stills from their new song 'Freaky Deaky’ (Photos by YouTube/[email protected])

Marking his second collaboration with Doja Cat, Tyga dropped a brand new track called ‘Freaky Deaky’ on Friday, February 25. The Compton native had earlier joined hands with the ‘Planet Her’ hitmaker on the song ‘Juicy’ in 2019 that proved to be one of the biggest hits of their career. Tyga and Doja, for the latest, channeled their kinky side as the duo showed off their fierce chemistry in a stunning music video.
 
Tyga had shared the snippet of the official music video a few hours prior to the official release. Since the 32-year-old rapper already has a hit record with Doja, the two quickly secured one of the top spots on the trending list. The music video has been helmed by Christian Breslauer, who also shot Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow’s number one hit single ‘Industry Baby’. Music lovers, who were eagerly waiting for the track, rushed to Twitter and claimed that Doja clearly ate the track and joked that the song would have been better sans Tyga.

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Tyga, Doja Cat channel their kinky side in second collaboration

Whilst Tyga donned a simple bright pink outfit in the video, Doja Cat took the Internet by storm with her racy avatars in the visuals. In the song, the ‘Taste’ hitmaker raps, “Uh, my lil' shawty, always on time (Time)/ I pick you up, come outside, take you for a ride (Ride)/ Body like December, ass on summer timе (Eh, eh)/ Take off the top (Uh, uh), sweet Carolinе (Whoa)." In another verse, he spits, “Wanna touch it, wanna grab it, wanna lick it, wanna ride it (Uh, uh)/ I get so infatuated and erotic with you/ Take a shot (I've been feeling), we intoxicated (Uh)/ Taste so sweet lick the wrapper baby (Haha)/ She never was a freak.”
 
Doja too proves her caliber with a fierce verse on the song. She raps, “Ah, ayy, ayy, see that's my type, I might call flights (Hey)/ You can break her back and I can put it on rice/ I got sleeping issues so I do it all night/ Waking me, I show him, put the pu**y on nice.” In the music video, we see Doja Cat raising the heat in racy costumes while Tyga speeds through a neon-lit city in a sports car.  You can listen to the track here. Tyga had last dropped a full-length album in 2019 called ‘Legendary’.



 

 



 

 

‘Doja begging you to stop doing songs with Tyga’

Social media users flocked to Twitter as soon as the new Friday release hit the leading streaming platforms. “It's a bop especially Doja's rapping part”, said one music lover as another posted, “This duo never fails dawg!” Another posted, “Tyga you've come so far. I used to think you were wack as hell.” The next one shared, “Freaky Deaky is gonna be a f**king hit omg. this is real good.” One user tweeted, “Freaky Deaky so good, and the mv is perfection, the way this song should've literally been doja cat featuring tyga like.” Meanwhile, one shared, “She owns the song tbh it's more like freaky deaky by doja ft tyga.” Another stated, “Doja plz I am begging u to stop doing songs w Tyga” as one user mentioned, “Doja’s new freaky deaky mv would be so hot without tyga.” And, on similar lines, one user concluded, “Why Doja eat Tyga on his own song like that.”
 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

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