Last month, 42 Dugg released a deluxe edition of his chart-topping success Free Dem Boyz. The new version added on seven additional tracks, bringing the total to a whopping 26 songs. Instead of tacking them on at the end of the original project like most deluxe versions usually do, Dugg decided to add them right in the beginning to make sure fans hear the revamped vibes right from the top.
He got straight to work in terms of delivering visuals, and the latest offering is the official clip for the Lil Durk-assisted cut “FREE RIC.” On the track, 42 handles the opening bars as he sets the tone:
That Patek can’t bust but you know me, holding for the 4’s, bitch, I’m holding for the East/ On the count of three, everybody yell free RIC, free Skeet, free RIC, free Kwe, free RIC, free Meech/ On the count of three, everybody yell free RIC, free Meech
Free RIC, free Tee, free RIC, free Skeet, a Patek, a Patek, a Patek, was gon’ buy it for my daddy/ Let me find out n***as cappin’, ain’t ’bout action/
The original Free Dem Boyz project included star-studded collaborations with Future, Roddy Ricch, Lil Durk, EST Gee, Rowdy Rebel and Fivio Foreign. The 15-trackbody of work features previously-released songs dedicated to his incarcerated friends such as “Free Merey,” “Free Woo” and “Free Me.” Since then, he’s enhanced the release by providing impressive visuals for cuts like “4 Da Gang” featuring Roddy Rich and “Maybach” featuring Future, and “Turnest N***a in the City.”
In terms of what Durk has been up to, he just unleashed his “Pissed Me Off” single last week and the new offering arrives after some stand-out guest appearances from the Chicago MC. These songs include Slimelife Shawty’s “Suit Me Up,” Nardo Wick’s “Who Want Smoke?? (Remix)” alongside G Herbo and 21 Savage, and FaZe Kaysan’s debut track “Made A Way” featuring Future.
Be sure to press play on 42 Dugg’s brand new music video for “FREE RIC” down below.