Lil Keed and O.T. Genasis link up for “Show Me What You Got” video
The new single signals the arrival of the the deluxe version of ‘Trapped On Clevelend 3.’
Lil Keed has already treated fans to a slew of visuals lately, including ones for “Cold World,” “Tighten Up” “Kiss ‘Em Peace” Obama Coupe,” “Fox 5,” and “Here,” and he maintains his consistency by dropping his newest one for “Show Me What You Got” featuring O.T. Genasis. The new video sees the rappers sporting contrasting red and blue varsity jackets while they proceed to turn the school upside down with the high energy track against the backdrop of a Divine 9 Greek Step Show.
The Atlanta rapper paired the new single arrival with the announcement of the deluxe version of Trapped On Cleveland 3 to be released Friday, October 30th. Trapped On Cleveland 3 features a solid list of assists including Young Thug, Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign, Future, and Lil Baby. Prior to the recent body of work, Keed released Long Live Mexico in 2019, and both Keed Talk To ‘Em and Trapped On Cleveland 2 in 2018.
Earlier this year, he grabbed a spot on the XXL Freshman list alongside his fellow rap peers like Polo G, Fivio Foreign, CHIKA, Lil Tjay, Jack Harlow, and more. Signed to Young Thug’s Young Stoner Life Records (YSL) via 300 Entertainment, the young rapper broke onto the scene with his hit single “Nameless” in 2018 which has since achieved RIAA certified Gold status and accumulated over 28 Million views on YouTube.
In a previous interview with REVOLT, Lil Keed spoke about where he sees himself in a few years from now:
“In five or six years, I’m going to be in movies. I don’t want to keep rapping all my life. I ain’t doing that, hell nah! I’m going movie, movie Keed. Come on man, I’ll go the Ice Cube way. I’m going to take acting classes, that would be fun. I want to do a shooting movie, an action movie! One of them movies, fighting sh*t, that shit’s crazy.”
Check out Lil Keed and O.T. Genasis’ new video for “Show Me What You Got” below!
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