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Ruger – Bad Man Looking Good In Dior

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Ruger – Bad Man Looking Good In Dior

Left eye patch singer, Ruger turns out with a brand new studio record named, “Bad Man Looking Good in Dior.”

Bringing us this tune on our desk, Ruger talks about looking good for the girls and how he wants to be flirting right with girls by not falling inlove with any of them. “Bad Man Looking Good In Dior” is here to stay for a while.

Ruger has never disappointed in terms of good music and he is not even thinking of disappointing his fans. The young music talent has registered hit songs to his name like “Bounce” and “Abu Dhabi.” He is also one of the most look-after young star in the industry.

Apparently, the jam was lifted off Ruger’s 4-track solo body of work tagged, “The Second Invasion” with massive singles like “Snapchat,” “Useless” and “Champion.” This is a modern way to make Afrobeat and KukBeatz was the main man who did excellently well for the music production.

In addition, Ruger seems to conclude the successful year with the recently-unveiled extended play and he is looking forward to give more to his fans. Prior to the release, “Bad Man Looking Good In Dior” is currently a TikTok sensation with social media users using the sound for content creation.

“Bad Man Looking Good In Dior” has some catchy lyrics like:

“she really wanta flex with me
she wanna break bread with me
bad man looking good in dior
bad man drift to the core
sport cars park on the right spot
bad man see can you know x2
me i no get time for love, definitely not
me tell girls around to come warm me up”

Listen to the song below and tell us what you think on the comment section.

https://ruger.lnk.to/thesecondwave/

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