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We assume that rappers can equate anything (or in this case anyone) to a drug reference. That’s the basis of Migos new cut “Charles Barkley.”

Pronounced Bar-ke-lee, the Georgia natives are very candid in boasting about their 34 ounces. That would, of course, be the NBA Hall Of Famer’s jersey number. “Feds hit the spot, they didn’t find no work ’cause the bricks right under me/ Sell a brick so fast, float like a butterfly, sting like Ali,” Quavo chants on the chorus.

Atlanta’s Zaytoven handled the production on this #MigosMonday release. Additionally, the “Versace” rhymers are prepping their Y.R.N. 2 mixtape, due out early next year. As you wait, stream “Charles Barkley” guilt free below. Share your thoughts in the comments section.

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