While it’s been a few years since releasing his debut project Rebirth, SSGKobe has continued to flood the streets with new music. This year alone he has treated fans with cuts like “Caddy,” “MIA,” “Calabasas” featuring $NOT, and his EP titled KO. The rising Louisiana star made his return over the weekend with his fresh new cut “FUK EM,” and he grabbed an assist from Lil Yachty to help him ring it in. The accompanying JMP-directed visual follows the two through the streets of one of New York City’s fashion mecca’s, better known as SoHo while Lil Boat sets the tone with his opening bars:
If I’m real (Real), n***as know what I’m on (Yeah), take the cards I was dealt (Dealt), quick to take the bitch home/ My heart never felt (Felt) heartbreak, thank God (Yeah) I never left home without my rod (Brrt)/
Shots out, push and ride (Ride), push around my n***as (Yeah)/ I’m in the west coast, four hunnid million (Slatt) I need pills, I need pills for the dealer/ He knew how we remixed and he tried to kill us/
In regards to what Yachty has been up to, the Atlanta rapper headed to the Midwest to create Michigan Boy Boat, a 14-track offering that sees additional features from Tee Grizzley, Swae Lee, Sada Baby, YN Jay, Rio da Yung OG, Babyface Ray, and more. Months later, he’d liberate the sixth installment of his Birthday Mix series, bringing in his 24th trip around the Sun with SoFaygo, Lil Tecca, DC2Trill, and Draft Day. Not long after the release of Birthday Mix 6, Yachty was back with a new single titled “Tunde,” complete with a visual that put him in the streets of London. Most recently, he followed that with “Yae Energy.”
Be sure to press play on SSGKobe and Lil Yachty’s brand new music video for “FUK EM” down below.
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