Following a three-year hiatus to refine his rap techniques, Highbridge The Label’s very own Don Q returned at the top of October with his new project Double Or Nothing. The body of work boasts 10 song and a sole feature from Bronx drill rising artist B Lovee. He rides the project’s wave today (Dec. 2) as he drops off the official music video for “Slander.” Over upbeat production by Dizzy Banko, “Slander” is Don’s audible middle finger to his haters as he flexes his street cred:
Gettin’ a PHD ain’t my concern, In the streets, I’m a goat and they treat me like Christ/ That’s why they all wait ’till the day I return/ They movin’ that white like it’s Howard Stern, run out of money and take what you earn
“Slander” is a continuation of the momentum Don is on right now as it follows street anthems “Light Today,” “Come Find Us” featuring Bronx’s B Lovee, and his single “True King” that preceded the project.
Double or Nothing 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 “Slander” music video down below.