DreamDoll - Ice Cream Dream (feat. French Montana)

DreamDoll Shares Her ‘Ice Cream Dream’ New Track Featuring French Montana

DreamDoll delivers her frosty treats on her new single “Ice Cream Dream” featuring French Montana. Listen to the song now!

has released a hard-hitting summer anthem, “Ice Cream Dream,” featuring , under District 18 Entertainment and Warner Records.

The New York-raised rappers linked up to recreate the 1995 classic track, “Ice Cream,” by Raekwon featuring Ghostface Killah, Method Man, and Cappadonna.

In the song, the Bronx native and the Morrocco native take turns on the microphone, spitting erotic and vulgar bars about their fantasies and their successful lives.

The DreamDoll (born Tabatha Robinson) highlights her many ice cream flavors and toppings in a seductive manner throughout her verse.

“Love me a chocolate n-gga, I go crazy / That deep brown skin lookin' like DaBaby (Let's go) / The type of nigga make me wanna have a baby (Ah) / Maybe I'll settle down ‘fore I get to eighty / M-m-m-maybe not / You know vanilla always hit the spot (Mm) / Keep it a G, it ain't easy tryna get me hot (Yah) / Red bundles, like a cherry sittin' on the top / I'm in the Bay lookin' like Bey, f-ck you thought? (Woo) / I need a butter pecan Rican (Hey) / Spanish Harlem, I might pop up on the weekend / House of Balloons, I said, “Papi, play The Weeknd” (Papi) / I keep a cone in my hand 'til it's leakin',” she raps on her verse.

Listen to “Ice Cream Dream” by DreamDoll featuring French Montana.

French Montana goes hard on the track, referencing the infamous slap that took place at the 2022 Oscars and Paula Patton's controversial fried chicken recipe.

“Coke Boys money long, not them rappin' niggas (Han) / I need that Jada p-ssy, that'll make me slap a n-gga (Woo) / Creep a shorty from a distance but I never played her (Never) / She caught euphoria, now she tweakin' like Zendaya (Ah) / Talkin' big mansion, she money stackin' / She in the kitchen cookin' fried chicken like she Paula Patton / Two-million dollar Gotti, f-cked her on the hood / She got on top and did the split like she Meagan Good (Split) / I'm on my Mary J. Blige, no more drama (Drama) / Leave your favorite rapper @ssed out like Madonna (Han),” he raps on his verse.

The raunchy single was produced by Tarik Azzouz (Meek Mill, DJ Khaled), Streetrunner (Eminem), and Uneek.

DreamDoll, who has been working on her technique in recent years, is preparing a new mixtape, which will mark the first official release for Warner Records after unleashing independent music for several years.

The 30-year-old rapper partnered with Gwinin Entertainment in early 2017 and released her debut single “Everything Nice.” The track was inspired by DreamDoll's well-known quote “Talk to Me Nicely.” The official music video for the record became viral, garnering over 3.8 million views on YouTube.

Her debut EP, “Life in Plastic,” released in September 2021, included seven songs as well as six bonus tracks that were shared on her Soundcloud account. The first track from the project, “Team Dream,” was released the same week. The tune featured DreamDoll showing off her rapping ability with bold bars and racy punchlines. The music video for the single has so far received over 3.1 million views on YouTube.

She joined the eighth season of Love & Hip Hop: New York as a supporting cast member in October 2017.

In September 2018, she inked a joint label venture deal with District 18 under the banner of RCA Records. She released her debut single for the label titled, “Who You Loving?” featuring G Eazy and Rahky.

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