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Bhad Bhabie Vows to Be the Ultimate Ride-or-Die Girlfriend on 'Trust Me' With Ty Dolla $ign: Listen

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Bhad Bhabie attends the 2018 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018 in Las Vegas.

Bhad Bhabie continues to stymie her detractors with a string of bangers. After dropping her video for "Gucci Flip Flops" featuring Lil Yachty in May, the 15-year-old star switches the tempo this time around and slows things down with her R&B-tinged song "Trust Me," featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

On "Trust Me," Bhabie vows to be the ultimate ride-or-die partner for her significant other, if given the chance. “Tote that glock, hold that work, baby, do you trust me?/ Got the streets on lock, I'mma make you love me,” she croons in Auto-Tune.

Later, Ty Dolla $ign weaves his way through the track with vigor, as he gloats about his R&B supremacy. "Tote that glock, lil homie get your glock/ You my son, lil n---a, I'm your pops/ I'm on top, lil bitch, gimme props/ Talkin' charts, lil baby, play your part," he boasts. "Trust Me" comes a day after Bhabie teased the song in an Instagram post with Ty Dolla $ign on Wednesday (June 13). There's no indication if the new record will live on her forthcoming album. 

Earlier this week, Bhabie spoke out on her exclusion from XXL's 2018 Freshman cover. According to HotNewHipHop, Bhabie initially won the 10th spot through the fan vote but wasn't able to participate in the shoot because the magazine is sponsored by a condom company and she's only 15 years old. “U can’t expect a 15-year-old female to make a list sponsored by a condom company...even if I got more votes than anyone times 10. #facts it’s all good bhabie bhabie," she said.

In August, Bhad Bhabie is set to play the Billboard Hot 100 Festival; find ticket information here.

Listen to "Trust Me" below:

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