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Sandman gme and bandhunta jugg drop hot new single

Upcoming rapper from Dover, Delaware, Sandman GME, recently dropped a new single with popular rapper Bandhunta Jugg, titled “Ghost Busters”. The single was released on March 4, 2021 with a music video shot and edited by YPC Films that is currently available on YouTube.

Bandhunta Jugg has recently dropped projects titled “JuggToTrill” and “Ill Go Straight Bacc” while Sandman GME currently has a few singles released like “Backshots”, “Pain In My Chest”, and the most recent “Ghost Busters”

Speaking of, “Ghost Busters” flaunts a classic DMV-inspired flow from both artists, with Sandman on the hook and first verse and Jugg closing with the second verse. Sandman says the message of the song is that “non-factors and irrelevant people talk about others that are more successful than them”.

Sandman also says “a lot of people have been watching me with envy and bitterness and I’ve been working to build my brand so they have to watch it and they hate that. I’m here to show them that no matter who’s with me, my team is the winning team”.

Some of the most notable lyrics from the song include “name on they tongue, chew it up, Jeffrey Dahmer” and “I’m not a crip but I be coolin’, n*ggas be flickin it up with them pistols, them b*tches for show, no they ain’t bout to use it” from Sandman.

Jugg matches Sandman’s energy with bars like “in the trunk got a 12 gauge, n*ggas get nasty like backpage, but I’m past paid, and I’m tryna get wealthy so I gotta stack to a old age” and “one blicky would clear out your whole team, hit the witness we know he ain’t seen a thing”.

If you are a fan of Bandhunta Izzy and similar artists, this single will fit perfectly in your playlist. The links to the music video and both artists’ Instagram pages are below.

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