Two of the biggest viral successes of the last couple of years have combined again on a new track. Yung Gravy and bbno$ have linked up for new single  “Nightmare on Peachtree Street”, working together under the catchy moniker BABY GRAVY.

It’s a taste of the upcoming Baby Gravy 3, the third collaborative album between Yung Gravy and bbno$ and their first in three years.

On the woozy and eerie song, which also features a guest turn from Canadian rapper Freddie Dredd, the trio declare that “this right here is one hundred percent certified slapper.”

“Nightmare on Peachtree Street” – the title is, of course, a play on the horror classic “Nightmare on Elm Street” – follows the pair’s previous single, the borderline sacrilegious “You Need Jesus”.

“You Need Jesus” followed previous single “Goodness Gracious”, which racked up millions of streams since its release in May.

The two artists released the initial Baby Gravy EP in 2017, following it up three years later with the full-length Baby Gravy 2. The later contained curious song titles like “Justin Bieber Wrist”, “Welcome to Chilis”, and “Myrtle Beach Summer 1974”.

Both Yung Gravy and bbno$ spent time in Australia recently. Yung Gravy toured Australia and New Zealand in February, enlisting local rapping talent like Mason Dane to support him. bbno$ did likewise in April, bringing along BOY $COUT GATSBY for the tour.

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Before their Australia and New Zealsnd trips, Gravy and bbno$ completed a huge co-headlining tour of North America together.

As a solo artist, Gravy released his latest album, Marvelous, late last year, which featured guest spots from Dillon Francis, T-Pain and, yes, bbno$.

bbno$, meanwhile, released his own solo album, Bag or Die, last October, and before you ask – Gravy featured on one of its tracks.

BABY GRAVY’s “Nightmare on Peachtree Street” is out now. Baby Gravy 3 is out August 18th via Virgin Music (pre-save/pre-order here). 

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