Dreamville Records, J. Cole’s flagship label, has released a new cooperative new single “Ogogoro.”

Dreamville collaborates on the song with its rapper Bas and Nigerian vocal powerhouse Ayra Starr, which has a catchy rhythm.

“Ogogoro” is defined as “a strong alcoholic drink from West Africa made from the juice of raffia palm trees.”

The production was overseen by Kel-P and Sensei Bueno. Bas’ soft verse on “Ogogoro” is mixed with Ayra Starr’s pre-chorus and chorus.

“Ogogoro” is a song from Dreamville’s star-studded project “Creed III: The Soundtrack,” which contains 18 tracks.

The vocalist creates a sound that has been referred to as a good change by fusing the dynamic tempo and passion of highlife with the percussion and electronic vibrations of electronic dance music.

The song is about the big-boy lifestyle, with the key themes of celebrity, cruise, and flex.

You wouldn’t want to ignore this, either, as it’s a fantastic blockbuster single.

In addition, if you enjoy music, chances are good that you already own the newest wild hit song.

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Quotable Lyrics:

Ogogoro no dey get me high no more
Maybe ’cause, maybe ’cause I’ve seen it all before
And I don’t know why my wrist still heavy, but my eyes stay there
I stay heavy, but my shoes stay there
Louboutins, I wear Louboutins, yeah

Stay flexin’
Get back then I move onto the next thing, yeah
No pressure
No pressure
Stay flexin’, yeah
Get back then I move onto the next morning, yeah
No pressure