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Quando Rondo Recruits 2 Chainz & A Boogie wit Da Hoodie For “Bad Vibe” Video

Quando Rondo has been leading Savannah, Georgia for the past few years. Last year, he set the streets ablaze with his full-length album From The Neighborhood To The Stage. It included standout cuts like “New Ones” and “Dope Boy Dreams.” Moreover, Quando returns in anticipation of his new album with “Bad Vibe.” It takes a break from the street rap and sees him linking up with A Boogie wit da Hoodie and 2 Chainz.

“Bad Vibe” arrives as a string of singles dropped the past few weeks. Furthermore, Quando shared visuals for “Letter To My Daughter” and “How’d I Make” a while back, which racked up views. This latest track is produced by Danny Majic and Pierre The Producer. “Bougie bad vibe from the East Coast (East Coast) /She told me that she loved me, I don’t think so,” Quando harmonizes on the chorus.

Elsewhere on “Bad Vibe,” A Boogie wit da Hoodie can be heard rapping about growing up in Highbridge and a young lady draped in designer. “Niggas want my chain but don’t wanna play hockey / Blow a nigga brains, catch me in Abu Dhabi,” he raps. Moreover, 2 Chainz comes through with the finishing verse, referencing Marshawn Lynch and video game systems. Check out the video below.

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Aspiring journalist and music influencer from the Carolinas. Twitter: @malc2global

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