Drakeo The Ruler is icy like a “Polar Bear” in new video
The track is the outro for his ‘We Know The Truth’ project.
At the top of December, Drakeo the Ruler celebrated his birthday by dropping his mixtape, We Know The Truth, and he followed up swiftly with the deluxe version with an additional 7 tracks. The project’s outro “Polar Bear” has officially received an accompanying music video, which sees Drakeo iced out as he delivers his hook explaining how he’s just as cold as the animal the song is named after:
Bury me in ice I’m a polar bear. N***as act like bitches they holdin’ dick. You fuckin’ with a winner I’m a trophy bitch./ I came in the club with the coldest wrist. Bury me in ice I’m a polar bear. N***as act like bitches they holdin’ dick. You fuckin’ with a winner I’m a trophy bitch./ When I’m off this mud I’m a total menace. I came in the club with the coldest stiffer. I don’t play tough you know me n***a. I’ma make a n***a turn holy after.
The original release We Know The Truth included guest appearances from Lil Yachty, Tee Grizzley, Rich The Kid, and Lil Mosey as well as fellow members of the Stinc Team (Rassy Bugatti, Ketchy The Great, and Ralfy The Plug) with the deluxe edition boasting additional features from Sean Kingston and Shoreline Mafia’s OhGeesy.
Drakeo the Ruler wasn’t quite done there, as he shared another 2020 buzzer beater project, this time the 15-track body of work titled Because Y’all Asked. It includes guest verses from Rio Da Yung OG and Lil 9. He’s dropped off a few visuals in between then and his project before that, including videos for tracks like “In My Rear,” “Stincs Got You Mad, “20 Pieces,” and “Mr. Mosley Claps Back.”
Be sure to press play on Drakeo the Ruler’s new music video for “Polar Bear” down below.
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