Directed by Gemini Vision, the Charlotte native has just dropped the project last night.
Featuring his 58-year-old Uncle, friends getting down, cash, cars and chains—the production came out simple, but appealing.
In “Practice,” the “Rockstar” rapper discusses how he’s ready to take on the music industry, and how it won’t change him.
“He broke as hell, put a boot on him. I hit the b****, put her out, put a move on her. He wanna be just like baby for real. On the low tryna do what I do, don’t he? Just so you prepared, I’ma let you know. They probably told you I’m scared, but I’m ready, though. The industry can’t take the hood out of me. ‘Bout to go get some head from a ghetto ho.”
“Practice,” appears on the deluxe version of the album “Blame It on Baby” released back in August. The 24-track record has songs with Young Thug, Megan Thee Stallion, Roddy Rich, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Quavo, Future and seven other artists.
Rising to fame last year, he now has the most nominations (12) for this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards. It’s been a good two years for the artist with only more hits to come.