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  /  10.11.2021

This past weekend, Don Toliver dropped his sophomore release Life of a DON, along with a visual from said project for “Way Bigger.” Today (Oct. 11), the Houston talent keeping the train rolling with a new clip for “Flocky Flocky,” his collaboration alongside Travis Scott that sees the two hometown heroes celebrating their wins over production from MU Lean, Cardo, and Dez Wright:

“Tastin’ cotton candy, hit the gas, oh, I’m doin’ a hunnid, I ain’t see the dash, ohI count my blessings, know I’m movin’ fast, I pull up there with M’s, I’m back on whenever, caught that flight in the morning, a flight to New Orleans, I’ll be back in the morning, I’ll be back in the morning, she steady tweakin’ off whatever you call it, she flocky, flocky on whatever you call it…”

Filmed in an old-school VHS style, the accompanying video sees Toliver and Scott living their lives as rockstars, racing in high-end cars, turning up in the strip club, vibing in the studio, and more. Simply puy, these two stars are very comfortable at the top of the world.

Outside of his own work, Toliver has quickly become a hot commodity as a featured artists amongst his peers. Since last year, his unique style can be heard on a wealth of high profile cuts like Eminem’s “No Regrets,” Internet Money’s “Lemonade,” Nas’ “The Pressure,” Rico Nasty’s “Don’t Like Me,” Masego’s “Mystery Lady,” and Young Thug and Young Stoner Life’s “No Surprise,” among many others. Back in August, he joined Kanye West and Kid Cudi on the DONDA standout “Moon” — fans could also catch Toliver alongside DaBaby, Shenseea, Marilyn Manson, and more during Ye’s Chicago listening session.

Press play on Don Toliver and Travis Scott’s “Flocky Flocky” video below. For the few who missed it, you can stream Life of a DON in full here.


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