Don Q & Girl Talk are the unlikely duo on “Lil B*tch.”
Don Q’s gearing up for something. He recently dropped off “With You” with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie earlier this week and now he returns with “Lil Bitch” produced by Girl Talk.
Don Q and Girl Talk are an unlikely duo. Don Q’s a gritty street rapper from New York City who’s made a name for himself as a wordsmith as well as his vivid street tales that come with each one of his releases.
Meanwhile, Girl Talk comes from an experimental background stemming from noise and punk rock influences. However, they both bring their strengths to the table to create their massive new single, “Lil Bitch.” Don Q brings his east coast flow and matches it dopeboy tales and mafioso style.
Girl Talk provides the backdrop to the song with warped synths and heavy kicks that bounce off of Q’s vocals. The match may be unlikely but it definitely works.
Girl Talk is no stranger to working with New York rappers, previously working with Jim Jones on his 2011 single, “Believe In Magic” featuring Lloyd. He’s also done work with Freeway in the past, collaborating together on the Broken Ankles EP.
Don Q’s been having a great year. He recently released Corner Stories Reloaded mixtape which came equipped with five new tracks. The release followed the mixtape’s success of DatPiff.
The re-release of the album dropped through Highbridge Tha Label as well as Atlantic Records. Along with that, he’s appeared on two songs on A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s The Bigger Artist album.
Aside from the work he’s dropped with A Boogie, he recently linked up with Juelz Santana to unveil the video for their single, “Ol Thing Back Pt. 2.”
With an influx of music from him, it’ll be interesting to see what he gets up to next.
I had to get up and get it They told me I never hustled man, how is that? We started off movin’ them powder packs He came from coco, we givin’ em flour back