Just before August arrived, Unknown T liberated his sophomore project Adolescence, which saw 15 tracks with additional features from Potter Payper, M1llionz, Nafe Smallz, M Huncho, and Digga D. Following top notch visuals for standout singles like “WW2,” “Wonderland,” and “Driller Sh!t,” the Hackney emcee drops off another for “Tugman Vacation,” a R14 Beats and Remedee-produced offering that takes from Tyrese’s 90’s classic “Sweet Lady” and turns it into a hard-hitting — yet still emotionally charged — drill cut. As far as subject matter, “Tugman Vacation” sees him on more of a street love tip, speaking to his loyal significant other while he’s incarcerated:
“Hold my sweet one, keep up all my cheddar, my berise come with a new love letter, don’t cry, B, the boy soon home and it soon get better, jailhouse love on my line, phone come like I’m loo man check her, she said she needs hugs so she sleeps in my sweater…”
The accompanying clip for “Tugman Vacation” comes courtesy of Chris Chuky, and begins (and ends) with Unknown T and real-life girlfriend Dana Fenty embracing. Scenes quickly change, and the emcee is shown in his prison cell, writing letters to his other half while dealing with the various evils behind the walls. In between phone calls and visitation periods, it’s clear that Fenty is willing to hold her man down in the event art becomes reality.
Just before the visual’s release, Unknown T took to social media to send a couple of messages to a both woman who had words for him in regards to a past relationship, and any others who have been trying to harass Fenty:
“You want embarrassment, well done, You were never my chick & never will be. … P.S all you bitter girls now tryna dm my girl hold your peace … Let me show my girlfriend off in peace…”
Press play on Unknown T’s “Tugman Vacation” video below.
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