So far this year, Boosie Badazz has blessed his fans with high quality singles and collaborations like “Tweety (Reloaded)” with Bstar, “Cry Me A River (April 1),” “Talk About” with Fire Fajeeta,” “$hake It” with Friends Wit Nobody, and “Period” with DaBaby — the last of which is probably best known for its accompanying visual, which saw a man performing a certain stunt in its intro. Now, Boosie connects with his Bad Azz Music Syndicate artist Dee Rogers on the hard-hitting cut “Clutchin,” a clear ode to this country’s second amendment:
“Everybody ‘round me bustin’ heads, everybody ‘round me never scared and leave ya dead, everybody ‘round me ready to dirt dog a opp in his head, all of us got 30’s clutchin’ bad, big pressure, you know I gotta keep two glocks, I’ma made nigga, my dawg got two 50 glocks, he a gravedigger, bitch you gon’ get blues, and I know which one to use…”
Directed by Enzo Denali, the accompanying clip for “Clutchin” more than lives up to its name, as Boosie and Dee Rogers can be found in the ‘hood with a large crew of people with enough artillery to fight a small army. That assessment is literal — everyone who appears on camera quickly reveals a gun (presumed to be entertainment props), somewhat resembling SahBabii’s classic “Pull Up Wit Ah Stick” video.
Last year, Boosie dropped more than enough music for his fans to enjoy, including the projects Goat Talk 2, In House, and Badazz MO3 — the last of which was a joint project with MO3, who was tragically murdered late last year in Dallas, TX. Unfortunately, Boosie found himself in a dangerous situation when he visited the city to pay tribute to his late peer, as he was shot while attending a vigil in his honor. Thankfully, he has since recovered.
Press play on “Clutchin” below.