Rylo Rodriguez, Lil Baby, and 42 Dugg unite on “Walk”
The collaboration is taken from Rodriguez’s new album ‘G.I.H.F.’
Over the past weekend, Rylo Rodriguez revealed his debut solo LP G.I.H.F. (Goat In Human Form), which boasts 17 tracks and additional appearances from Moneybagg Yo, 42 Dugg, Lil Baby, Jackboy, and Yo Gotti. In addition to the release, the Alabama star liberated a new visual for the album cut “Walk,” which features his 4PF homies Lil Baby and 42 Dugg. The Feezie-produced cut allows the three rappers to flexing wealth and street knowledge:
“I gave every young n***a a Glock in my hood, which one you workin’? Buy two, you servin’, and that hatе, get back and forth with the court like Julius Erving, I could’vе bought a kilo but I bought a chain for thirty/
Glock 27, I stuck a dick in it, it was a virgin, I’ma chase that paper ‘til I’m tired, n***a had a rest, they wear this carb’, he still die, but he had a vest…/”
The visual comes courtesy of Lil Baby and Des Gray, and seems to take inspiration from the classic video for Kanye West’s “The New Workout Plan.” Beautiful women can be seen participating in the 4PF boot camp, with Baby, Rodriguez, and Dugg acting as coaches helping them to get in shape.
From the trio, G.I.H.F. (Goat In Human Form) marks the latest body of work from the growing 4PF franchise. Back in March, 42 Dugg unveiled Young & Turnt, Vol. 2, adding on a deluxe upgrade a few months later. February saw Lil Baby’s sophomore offering My Turn, which earned the Atlanta star a number one thanks to 197,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release, making it one of the biggest releases this year. All-in-all, the Four Pockets Full machine is pushing forward despite the chaos that we’ve experienced this year.
Press play on “Walk” and, if you missed it, G.I.H.F., below.
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