The putting money-over-women concept is heavily explored by Project Pat and Young Dolph on their cut "Stay Down," which is their second joint effort since 2015's "Them O's."

Pat rhymes first after Dolph sets the tone with the hook.

"I sit down on my money bank / Being broke ain't funny, man / Sucker chasing b----- not the bread, you's a dummy, man / Chopper to the stomach, man / That sack you can run it, man / Hustlin' in the rain, so my days will be sunny, man," he spits, over the Zaytoven produced-track.

Afterwards, Dolph rhymes and raises the level of the tough-talk even more.

"Never gave a f--- about a n---- or a b---- / Never gave a f--- about nothing but getting rich / Never will I cross my dawg out for a dollar / Jumped out the Chevelle and hopped in the drop-top Impala / Put that pistol in his face, let's see how loud he holla / You loving these b-----, I just love my gwala," he raps.

Peep it below.

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