After the arrival of Von’s posthumous album, fans noticed that Asian Doll had been taken off the track and seemingly replaced with Moneybagg Yo.
Lord Von and Moneybagg Yo are busy once more. Before the previous’ passing, the melodic specialists worked together on “Ain’t See It Coming,” which showed up on Von’s presentation – Welcome to O’Block, and presently, we’ve gotten another joint track on the after death project What It Means To Be King.
Following the collection’s appearance, a few audience members saw that Von’s ex Asian Doll was initially spitting with him on the 6th title, “Trust Nothing,” yet the finished product was apparently supplanted with a refrain from Bagg, who decimated his rhymes, ensuring the melody as a champion.
“Trust you not prepared to pass on ‘session that bitch/Because this ho all set to war ‘session that d*ck (Swerve)/I keep a few tools, one excessively near nothing/Like NASCAR tires, I turn a bitch,” the 30-year-old finished his stanza.
Different highlights on King Von’s record come from any semblance of G Herbo, Fivio Foreign, Lil Durk, and Tee Grizzley, just to give some examples. Stream the full collection here, and let us in on how you feel about “Trust Nothing” in the remarks.