Young M.A drops new visual for “Trap Or Cap”
The New York rhymer delivers another clip from ‘Red Flu.’
“Pushin’ V’s, hundreds in my jeans, that’s a hundred G’s, bougie b***h says she wanna leave, well, f*** it, leave, you ain’t got no car, you ain’t got no keys/
Now call that Uber to take you home and when you leave, leave me alone, don’t hit my phone, pour me up some Hennessy, roll up a bone/
I’m tired of hoes, how the hell you broke, but wearin’ designer clothes? You stupid ho, I swear I’m through with those, ‘cause damn, they do the most/
That clout and s***, I don’t care ‘bout the s***, I don’t care if you known, them cappin’ guys, always rappin’ lies, but be a rat inside…/”
The Marc Diamond-directed clip sees Young M.A in the traphouse, while those around her handle the drugs and guns. Given the current state of affairs, many — including M.A herself — can be seen baring face masks to protect themselves and others from the still very potent Coronavirus.
“There are real artists that know how to do it. I’m just independent. A lot of people just see me as kind of underrated because I’m not the ‘mainstream, on the radio all day’ artist. Nah, but best believe my records are still selling, I’m going Gold, Platinum, and all that still. Numbers is going up, man.”
Fans can press play on Young M.A’s “Trap Or Cap” visual, along with the aforementioned vlog, below.
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