Lil Tjay drops new video for “Oh Well”
The DrewFilmedIt-directed clip is the latest from ‘Destined 2 Win.’
This past weekend, Lil Tjay released his sophomore studio album Destined 2 Win, which boasts 21 cuts and additional features from 6LACK, Fivio Foreign, Polo G, Tyga, Saweetie, Toosii, Offset, and Moneybagg Yo. Following visuals for “Calling My Phone,” “Headshot,” and “Calling My Phone” comes another for the Jay Bunkin-produced “Oh Well,” which sees Tjay harmonizing about life on the streets and his current successes:
“I catch a lick then I head outta town, if I wanna be low, I’m unreachable, bro catch a hit when we goin’, it’s mission forever, that shit is unspeakable, this shit be told, I ain’t teachin’ you, niggas ain’t solid, I swear this shit preachable/
Boy, ain’t no hidin’, we seekin’ you, pull right up on you, we see you like peekaboo, I don’t ever fear no man, I’ll do exactly what he could do/”
Directed by DrewFilmedIt, the accompanying visual sees Lil Tjay and his crew in different locations, showing off with fast cars, beautiful women, and more. It’s clear that the young Bronx star is living his life to the absolute fullest.
Last year, Tjay blessed his fans with the quick-strike EP State of Emergency, a seven-track offering with a slew of assists from Pop Smoke, Sheff G, Sleepy Hallow, Jay Critch, Jay Gwuapo, and more. 2020 also saw Tjay contributing to tracks like Lil Tecca’s “All Star,” Rvssian’s “Only The Team,” The Kid LAROI’s “Fade Away,” Pop Smoke’s “Mood Swings,” Calboy’s “Barbarian,” Rich The Kid’s “Depend On Me,” and YG’s “Hate On Me,” among many others.
Press play on Lil Tjay’s “Oh Well” video below. In related news, Destined 2 Win is currently projected to score somewhere between 65,000 to 70,000 in first week album equivalent units, with about 1000 copies coming from pure sales — hopefully, this is enough to land the project at the top of Billboard’s 200 chart.
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