Chinese Kitty revealed her latest project SMD back in June, and she aims to rep NYC and make her home city proud. The 13-song project showcases Kitty’s sharp flow and boasts appearances from names like Dave East, Chanel, LightSkinKeisha, Fivio Foreign, and French Montana. First up, she decided the French and Fivio-assisted cut “Lit Bitch” deserved a full visual to do it justice, and that’s exactly what she delivered.
Now, she makes her return with another visual from the project, this time for the outro track “Ride” featuring Dave East and Chanel. On the track, Chinese Kitty sets the tone for the song with her hook about how she’s always down for the ride:
Ima ride, I’ll never sit in the back, I got the gun on my lap/ I’ll keep on working the stash, you know the vibe/
The cinematic video takes the viewers on a journey through a revengeful crime. Dave East is taken hostage and Chinese Kitty must show up to save him as the viewers witness all the twists and turns. Chinese Kitty’s last full-length album was 2019’s Kitty Bandz.
At the end of last month, Dave East and Harry Fraud liberated their anticipated project HOFFA. Equipped with a total of 14 records, Dave East hand-picked some of the industry’s most thorough artists as features including G Herbo, Jim Jones, Benny The Butcher, Curren$y, French Montana and more. In mid-June of this year, Dave East joined forces with Westside Gunn for a special art show to unveil the artwork for the album. The original painting was curated by Westside Gunn and his Buffalo Kids collective and unveiled during a live in-store at the Walden Galleria in Buffalo, NY.
Be sure to check out Chinese Kitty’s brand new music video for “Ride” featuring Dave East and Chanel down below.
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