Luc Belaire champagne has compiled an all-star lineup of hip-hop compatriots as global ambassadors, which include A Boogie, G Herbo, Dave East and Rick Ross, who joined the brand back in 2013. On Thursday, bottle boys Dave East and Ricky Rozay joined forces to unleash their new track “Fresh Prince of Belaire.”
The Harlem spitter kicks off the hard-hitting track with a reference to Will Smith’s ’90s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. “Thinkin’ you a dime in my section, get dubbed over here/ Fresh Prince of Belaire, but Carlton ain’t my cousin/ We spark it out in public, too much locs got me stumblin’/ Black bottle, gold bottle, models by the dozen,” East raps.
The MMG boss injects himself into the final verse over Pamamitrou’s production. He touts his recent purchase of a Checkers chain restaurant in Florida. “Black bottle and two M and a wonderful date/ 305, MIA, oh, a wonderful place/ Bought a Checkers to feed my bitches them fries with a shake/ Got her rubbin’ on my chest like Justin Timberlake,” Rozay rhymes.
Stream “Fresh Prince of Belaire” below.