Lil Yachty celebrated his birthday yesterday (Aug 24) in true fashion when he dropped a whole project to help ring in a new year of his life. He wasted no time getting to the visuals as he unveils another one right after, this time for the DC2Trill-assisted “Lord of the Beans” track. The video is pretty wild, as it sees Yachty and DC going off in the studio while a tattoo artist hooks them up with some ink right in the middle of their session as Yachty takes the first verse:
I’ma up two hundred racks just because I can, fuckin’ up a sack with this sack ‘cause a n***a can/ I’ma put a dub on your mans if I don’t like his look, beatin’ up that pussy, hit that shit with an uppercut (Go)/ Ten cold chains on my neck, like I’m King Tut/
Walkin’ ‘round this bitch, tight shirt with a lean gut (Grrt)/ Fuckin’ on this bitch, kinda ugly, but her booty big/ N***a cannot talk to me wrong, fuck who he is (Damn) concrete boys thirty piece like I’m Ludacris (Damn)/ Tight flow, sippin’ on Wock’ in a poncho
In terms of other visuals, Lil Boat already released a dreamy video for the outro track “Love Music” a few weeks ago. Back in April, Lil Yachty dropped off his latest project Michigan Boy Boat, which sees 14 tracks and additional appearances from a wealth of Detroit and Flint artists, including Sada Baby, Babyface Ray, Veeze, Icewear Vezzo, and Tee Grizzley.
Since then, the Atlanta star has decided to bless fans with a visual from said release for “Stunt Double, which features an assist from Rio Da Yung OG. Months later, fans would get a deluxe edition of Lil Boat 3 — titled Lil Boat 3.5 — that added on eight additional songs and collaborations alongside Playboi Carti, Lil Baby, and Vince Staples, among others.
Be sure to press play on Lil Yachty’s brand new music video for “Lord of the Beans” featuring DC2Trill down below.
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