/  04.09.2021


Nym Lo has unleashed his latest project High Horse 2 last night and is now ready to premiere the official visual for a stand-out cut. His “Time Watchers” track features assists from Benny The Butcher, Smoke DZA, and Shoota. In the new Rook-directed visual, we see the spitters posted up in Times Square in the middle of the street with a cherry red Lambo, champagne popping, as Nym takes care of the opening verse:

Drop toppin’, cham poppin’, cash countin’/ I was born in gang land with a game plan/ Let’s get you some jewelry that’ll cut a rug, watch a chain dance/ My main man play the scams in that Mercedes, that champagne color, they never took a damn thing from us/ My name Lo, I’m a god where I’m from

Nym made sure to speak on how the track came together, which was a result of an organic studio session. “Originally the track was gonna just be me and Benny. Me and 183rd got to the lab in Times Square before everyone else and he threw the beat on. Then DZA walked in and said, ‘This is fire. I need in on this.’ Then Benny came in and Shoota arrived shortly after. So u got all 4 of us in our respective corners puttin our lines together. I finished mines 1st, walked in the booth and set that shit off and the rest is history!” 

The High Horse 2 project includes seven songs and additional assists from Ot The Real, Jay Worthy, and two more appearances from Smoke DZA. At the top of this year, Nym Lo, Smoke DZA and Jayy Grams linked up for their collaboration project R.F.C (Money Is The Motive), Pt. 1.

Be sure to press play on Nym Lo’s brand new music video for “Time Watchers” featuring Benny The Butcher, Smoke DZA, and Shoota down below. You can also find his latest project High Horse 2 as well.

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