Every Rapper Name-Dropped by Yung Miami on 'Rap Freaks'

Yung Miami has caused quite the stir with her new solo track, "Rap Freaks," in which she names a host of rappers she would like to have trysts with.

The racy video for the equally raunchy track was released in the early hours of Friday morning, and features Miami, real name Caresha Romeka Brownlee, running through a veritable who's who of hip hop as she shares her fantasies.

Among the hip hop stars who make the cut are DaBaby, Lil Baby, Lil Durk. When she makes mention of rapper Future, Miami assures him in the track that she's "nothing like" his ex-girlfriend, Lori Harvey, who is now dating Michael B. Jordan.

Also making the cut are rap veteran 50 Cent, Meek Mill, Moneybagg Yo, to whom Miami purrs: "I need a verse, come through. Just leave your b**** home."

The exhaustive list continues with Yo Gotti and Rod Wave in the track, which is reminiscent of Lil' Kim's classic hit "Dreams" and Biggie Smalls' preceding "Just Playing (Dreams)"—featuring each star's list of R&B singer fantasies.

Even stars who haven't made their name as rappers received honorable mentions, including DJ Funkmaster Flex and NFL superstar Tom Brady.

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Yung Miami of the group City Girls performs at Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash 2019 at State Farm Arena on June 15, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. The star has released the video for her new track "Rap Freaks," in which she name-checks a host of rappers. Prince Williams/Wireimage

However, there were also rappers who made Miami's list simply because she had no desire for them, including Tory Lanez, whom she lyrically shunned for a tryst in favor of Megan Thee Stallion—the sole woman to make the cut.

She also confessed that she "can't even picture" herself getting together with Kodak Black, who had previously taken a swipe at her in one of his own tracks.

As she writhed around in the BDSM-themed video, Miami saved her best quips for last, as she rapped about Sean "Diddy" Combs.

Boasting about taking "a jet to a private island on a date with Diddy," Miami stated: "I like bad boys," referring to his label, Bad Boy Records.

The video has proved popular with fans, clocking more than 700,000 views at press time in the hours since it was released.

It also became a trending topic on Twitter, as fans discussed the many stars who were mentioned in the NSFW lyrics.

Miami retweeted a host of comments from her followers as she asked them what their favorite lines were.

Florida native Miami rose to fame as part of rap duo City Girls with JT, real name Jatavia Shakara Johnson. Their biggest hits include "Twerk," "Act Up" and "City on Lock."

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Yung Miami and Sean "Diddy" Combs attend Black Tie Affair for Quality Control's CEO Pierre Thomas, also know as Pee Thomas, at on June 2, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. Combs was among the rappers named in Yung Miami's track. Prince Williams/Wireimage