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Nene Leakes' New Single Includes References Only Real Housewives of Atlanta Fans Will Get

Cynthia Bailey and Porsha Williams gave an early review of the track.

By Laura Rosenfeld
Nene Leakes New Song Rhoa

Nene Leakes is here to show you how to get to the money.

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta OG released her new single, "Come on and Get This Hunni," on Wednesday, April 15, and you'll feel like you're at the club right when you press play. 

The track, which was recorded with First Family of Hip Hop's Shanell "Lady Luck" Jones, has an infectious beat that'll have you out of your seat dancing as Nene spits sweet rhymes about her fabulous life.

The song even features a reference to an iconic RHOA moment. "Get money, in Atlanta milk and honey. If you're married keep your legs closed," Nene raps, referring to the classic moment she told Kim Zolciak-Biermann to "close your legs to married men" during Season 1 of RHOA.

When Nene first previewed the song earlier this month, Porsha Williams said during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen: @ Home on April 5 that she thought a line featured in a sneak peek ("Is this thing on? Turn my mic up!") also sounded like the time she asked producers to take off her microphone following the drama in Nene's closet last season of RHOA

Some also believed that Nene's song might be a diss track against the other Atlanta Housewives, based on some of her Instagram posts about the release. Cynthia Bailey also said on WWHL: @ Home that she was prepared for any shade Nene might throw her way in the song. "No, I mean, Nene always calls me out, so if she puts it in a song, she puts it in a song," Cynthia said during the April 5 episode. "It is what it is."

But from what Cynthia heard prior to the single's official release, she said she was a fan of the track. "I liked it, actually," she told Andy Cohen. "I thought it was good."

It sounds like "Come on and Get This Hunni" will also have a place on Porsha's playlist. "I'm not gonna lie, it was a bop!" she said. "It was lit."

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