Following a three-year hiatus to refine his rap techniques, Highbridge The Label’s very own Don Q returns with his brand new project Double Or Nothing. The new body of work boasts 10 song and a sole feature from Bronx drill rising artist B Lovee. Preceding the project was his single and visual titled “True King.” The Starr Mazi-directed music video sees Don and his crew cruising through the streets in ATV’s and motorcycles, pit bulls by their side as Don delivers his hard-hitting opening bars:
Straight out the mud a true king but I came out too clean, I see some n****s with hoop dreams really grow up and shoot things/ They ain’t really my friends they really my haters, I cut off the loose strings/ I count it again go over that paper like I’m trying to proofread
Before I was rapping I swear the first fans I had were two feens, they were so happy every time I pull up they buy everything that I do bring
The new offering is his first project in three years since the 2018 mixtape, Don Season 2. which was equipped with 18 tracks and boasted appearances from a long list of talented names like Dave East, Lil Durk, 50 Cent, G Herbo, Jay Critch, Moneybagg Yo, A Boogie With da Hoodie, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, and Trap Manny. Some more recent features after that release were on YXNG K.A’s REAPER SZN (Deluxe), Trap Season by Trap Manny, and Hoodie SZN by A Boogie With da Hoodie. In 2020, Don Q shared a few singles in between, including “Legends” featuring Benny The Butcher, “Vroom Vroom” with A Boogie and Trap Manny, and “Flood My Wrist” with A Boogie and Lil Uzi Vert.
Be sure to press play on Don Q’s brand new music video for “True King” down below.