Millyz liberated the fourth installment of his Blanco series back in August, which the Massachusetts emcee has been releasing annually since 2018. This time, fans received 17 hard-hitting cuts with additional features from 8 Zipp, Ygizzle, Dotta The Dealer, Jazzy Amra, Benny The Butcher, G Herbo, Asian Doll, and Jadakiss. Millyz continues to keep his momentum going by unleashing official visuals for tracks like “American Bully,” “Hopeless” featuring Jadakiss and the Benny The Butcher-assisted “Benny Blanco.”
His latest offering is the official video for “Trap Pacino.” In the Dom Bruno-directed visual, Millyz seen in his element as he enjoys his time cooking up in the studio, letting loose at a house party, performing to an amped up crowd, and more while delivering his lyrics:
Stu faded off of casamigos, Montana flow I’m trap Pacino, I played the city half a bizzy in a bag of Fritos/ Years later graduated to a half a kilo, clashing egos had us warring with some savage people/ Encore, I Move like PAC in a packed casino, just saw six figures off of features
Got a bag in Reno, so Raspy motion picture Jada Tarantino/ Ask Nino he know Benny took the piece and he dipped it in Fiji only white boy in my neighborhood that shit wasn’t easy/ Maca root in my apple juice got ya bitch actin treshy/ Sometimes I wonder about it while I listen to Stevie
This year, his collab EP, Pablo & Blanco, with Dave East arrived in May and the aforementioned Blanco 4 LP dropped on Aug. 20, and landed at the No. 93 spot on the Billboard 200 chart. A few assists he has dished out this year include “Narco” by Chris Webby and “Knuckles” by Annoyd.
Be sure to watch Millyz brand new music video for “Trap Pacino” down below.
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