Sexyy Red is heating up the music scene with her latest single, “No Panties,” which is set to be featured on the upcoming Rap Sh!t S2: The Mixtape. Scheduled for release on November 3rd, the mixtape is a joint venture between Issa Rae’s Raedio label and Def Jam.
In a press statement, the rapper expressed her excitement about contributing to the project:
“I’m happy that I got to work on ‘No Panties’ for ‘Rap Sh!t.’ It’s just me having fun on the beat and talking my s**t. It’s just like the show: The rap girls running this s**t.”
“Rap Sh!t” is gearing up for its highly anticipated second season premiere on November 9th, featuring lead characters Shawna (played by Aida Osman) and Mia (played by KaMillion). What sets the series apart is its incorporation of original tracks performed by the characters, adding depth to the storytelling.
You can listen to the song below.
In “No Panties,” Red delivers some bold lines: “Ain’t got no panties on, ain’t gotta slide ’em to the side. You got a big d**k, then you know I’m down to ride. Oh, you got a new b**ch? S**t, I got another guy, but you know these lame h**s ain’t f**kin’ with mwah. Put me in some Gucci; get your girl sexy. Leave the money on the dresser, p**sy n**ga, bless me.”
She doesn’t hold back, continuing with, “I don’t want no roses, n**ga, buy me a new Glockie. F**k me in the car, I’m a freak b**ch. Roll the windows down, let ’em hear this. I don’t really need no Victoria’s Secret. Never been a sucka, Sexyy always keep it P, b**ch.”
Originally scheduled to premiere on August 10th, the new season faced delays due to the WGA writing strike. However, it’s now back on track following a recent tentative labor agreement.
The mixtape is set to feature an impressive array of artists, including talents like Rico Nasty, Kaliii, and Maiya the Don. Additionally, industry heavyweights such as Guapdad 4000 and Hitkidd are receiving recognition for their valuable contributions in the realms of songwriting and production.
For Raedio, this project signifies a significant milestone as it marks their first collaborative release with Def Jam since the separation from Atlantic Records. The partnership between Raedio and Atlantic Records initially began in 2019, and this new collaboration with Def Jam signifies a fresh chapter for the label.