2 Chainz shares his “Bet It Back” and “10 Bracelets” live performance videos.
“Bet It Back” and “10 Bracelets” are off 2 Chainz new album, Dope Don’t Sell Itself – his self-proclaimed “last trap album.” His seventh studio album, Dope Don’t Sell Itself includes features from Vevo’s 2021 Most Viewed Artist in the US, Lil Baby, former Vevo Ctrl artists Moneybagg Yo, Swae Lee and 42 Dugg, as well as Roddy Ricch, Lil Durk and more.
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