Back in May, Mozzy liberated his latest project Beyond Bulletproof, which saw 13 new tracks from the Sacramento emcee and features from Polo G, Eric Bellinger, G Herbo, King Von, and more. Today (July 2), he delivers a new visual from the release for “So Lonely,” which features Baltimore artist Shordie Shordie and sees the two collaborators reflecting on lost loved ones over production from Greg Sekeres, Yung Lan, and James Maddocks:

“Miss you like never before, mentioned in hella my songs, can’t seem to let you go, trippin’ forever, it’s on/

Wish you’d answer the phone, n***a be like, ‘Why?’ Why they steal the real ones and leave the suckers alive?/

Hey, I don’t understand how they love you and never slide, you ain’t tryna yellow-tape nothin’, why you subscribe?/

The accompanying visual comes courtesy of David Camerana, and shows Mozzy and Shordie Shordie living it up with their crews at a beachside residence. It’s clear that, regardless of the tragedies they’ve experienced, the collaborators are going to live life with those that are still here.

Prior to “So Lonely,” Mozzy’s delivered several visuals from Beyond Bulletproof for “Boyz To Men,” “Body Count,” “The Homies Wanna Know,” and more. He spoke on meaning behind the album and it’s title in a recent interview with REVOLT:

“Bulletproof is basically saying “love you.” We transformed the words “I love you” into bulletproof. When we’re in prison and we’re about to leave one of our comrades, we let them know it’s bulletproof. Bulletproof love — not even the system could penetrate that. Not even death could penetrate that. The love is bulletproof. … All I‘m doing on this album is spreading love. I give a f**k about the young life, so I’m dropping a lot of jewels. I’m shouting out the less fortunate. Big ups to the fathers, the single mothers. This album is full of love.”

You can press play on “So Lonely” below.