In a sign of support, Sheff G and Young Nudy have hopped on a remix for the incarcerated Richmond, VA rapper, FNF Chop’s single, ”Walk Down.” The viral track has been gaining steam while Chop is currently behind bars. On the song, he comes in heavy with the intro bars:
Clip so long bitch it hang out the glick, big chop walk down don’t hang out the whip/ Got money on my mind, don’t think ‘bout a bitch, drum drum go dumb when I slide with the stick
You better blow wit’ your life when that day come, choppers on choppers come take one/ Bitch I’m a lock to come shake some
FNF Chop made “Walk Down” back in 2019, but the song suddenly exploded on TikTok this year. In 2021, he dropped off his No Exit EP. Evident in the project, FNF Chop plans music in the future while insisting that his legal troubles are a thing of the past. “I’m not okay with being okay; I’m not comfortable with being comfortable,” asserts the young rapper.
Late last year, Sheff G dropped off his most recent body of work Proud Of Me Now, which saw 11 tracks for fans to enjoy. 2020 also saw him releasing the EP Just 4 Yall and the full-length One and Only. Meanwhile, Sleepy Hallow liberated the 12-track project Sleepy Hallow Presents: Sleepy For President, which — in addition to a few assists from Sheff G — saw contributions from Jay Critch, Fivio Foreign, and Fousheé. Fans also got some loose cuts and collabs from Sheff and Sleepy as well, including “Head Tap” with Pressa and “2020 Vision” with DJ Drewski.
Young Nudy returned to the fold with his sophomore LP DR. EV4L, a 13-track body of work that sees additional appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, and G Herbo. Following well-received videos for “2Face” and “Soul Keeper,” the Atlanta emcee dropped off a new clip for the album’s title track a few weeks later.
Be sure to press play on FNF Chop’s brand new remix of “Walk Down” featuring Sheff G and Young Nudy down below.
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