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The Brooklyn native was tapped to appear on the track by Harlem rapper Mook, who is currently promoting his DJ Khaled-assisted mixtape '401K.' 'O.D.' is featured on the effort and also sees fellow Harlemite Ron Browz touching the beat.
This is a party jam for those wanting to "O.D." for the night, whether in the club or on their swag.
Kimmy Blanco, sporting long black tresses, stood amongst fans inside Area Ultra Lounge in Queens and rhymed through her verse on the song. "My swag is O.D./ The way I hop out that Bentley is O.D./ I'm just raw, I'm more like a whole ki/ You know me, its QB/ They all tryna keep up wit the Joneses/ You can find me wherever that Patron is/ Where the money at, that's where home is/ I'm so romantic I ordered a dozen roses/ Two-steppin' in my red bottoms/ You never seen these before, you probably read about 'em," she spit.
'O.D.' comes on the heels of the 37-year-old rapper's new song, 'Spend a Mill,' where she boasts of dropping cold hard cash on expensive wares.