Although the song was featured on his Gangland mixtape from September of 2012, it's quite obvious the visuals were released a year later as an "unofficial" response to Kendrick Lamar's "King of New York" claim. Why else would he include this quote in the beginning? Given their history though, this shouldn't come as a surprise.
With Shy Glizzy, Yung Ladd and more.
King of Brooklyn 3, on the way.
Produced by ItsTheCons and Mike Cash.
Coming Home is out June 23.
As if men needed another reason to feel more inferior to Stringer Bell...
Off the trio's new album, The Tonite Show.