Drumma Boy has revealed that he and Gangsta Boo‘s team are working to figure out “the best way” to make new music by the late rapper available to the public.

The news comes on the heals of the video for the multi-platinum producer’s latest single “Imma Mack,” featuring Three 6 Mafia alums Gangsta Boo, Crunchy Black and La Chat.

Filmed in Memphis last December, the clip would be Boo’s final appearance in a video ahead of her untimely death on January 1.

Pulled from Drumma Boy’s November 2022 release Welcome To My City, Vol. 4, the track finds her in rare form delivering the high energy middle verse.

Speaking to HipHopDX about the new release, Drumma confirmed that fans can expect to hear more new music from his close friend in the coming months. “We got plenty of new songs with Boo stashed,” he said. “We are figuring out the best way to deliver.”

Featuring appearances by Young Dolph, Jucee Froot and Jessica Dime, Drumma Boy compiled Welcome To My City, Vol. 4 in his latest effort to spotlight up-and-coming talent from his hometown of Memphis. Including Gangsta Boo, with whom he had a longstanding personal and professional relationship, which was a no brainer, he explained.

“Gangsta Boo was one of those people you want on your team and always had positive words of encouragement that motivated you to conquer the world!” he told DX. “She was my friend, my sister and very close associate and will be truly missed!”

In a previous interview with TMZ about the project, the “Money To Blow” producer explained the role she played in his career.

“I got on in Atlanta ’cause of Gangsta Boo braggin’ on me like, ‘Man, I got the hottest producer in Memphis!’,” he recounted. “Pastor Troy heard about me, Block Ent. heard about me. So, if it wasn’t for Gangsta Boo while she was in Atlanta working with Three 6 Mafia and Outkast … She had just did a feature with Outkast and then called me on the phone like, ‘Man look: you need to fuck with my n-gga Drumma!’ That’s how I met Big Boi, that’s how I met 3000.”

In addition to working on several project with Gangsta Boo, Drumma Boy would go on to work with Atlanta rap luminaries including 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Jeezy and Shawty Lo, to name but a few; as well as other Hip Hop A-listers including Memphis stars like Dolph and Yo Gotti.

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According to Fox 13 Memphis, Gangsta Boo (real name Lola Mitchell) was found dead around 4:00 p.m. local time on New Year’s Day in her hometown of Memphis.

The station later reported that the Memphis Police Department officers received a “person-down call” just before 2:20 p.m. on the date in question, and arrived at a home in the Whitehaven neighborhood to find Boo had died.

A cause of death has yet to be confirmed, though authorities stated that there was no sign of foul play. Gangsta Boo was 43 years old.