Q Da Fool drops off new video for "Granny"
The track can be found on the deluxe edition of Q Da Fool’s Twin project.
2021 has been plentiful for fans of Q Da Fool. Earlier this year, the DMV star dropped off the well-received body of work My Heart a Graveyard, which was quickly followed by the third installment of his Rich Shootas series and its deluxe upgrade over the next couple of months. Back in October, Q Da Fool continued his momentum with Twin, a seven-track offering that sees him paying his respect to a D.C. street icon (there’s also a documentary that accompanied the release). As with Rich Shootas 3, Twin also spawned an upgrade that added on nine songs and an assist from Virginia talent Snowzart.
Yesterday (Dec. 2), Q Da Fool returns with a new visual from Twin (Deluxe) for “Granny,” which sees production from E-Major Unruly and sees him rapping about law enforcement, women, and other aspects of street life:
“Hol’ up, granny in the blinds with a stick, a rob a nigga blind, took some riches, and I mixed it up with the grind, say fish when the grease pop off of that iron, love the streets, but this shit get awkward at times, she say we a perfect match ’cause we the opposite signs, I say we a perfect match ’cause her house right next to mine, feds kick the door in, ain’t shit they can find…”
Matching the song’s subject matter to a T is a Ben10 4K-directed visual that begins with authorities in the beginning of what looks like a raid on Q Da Fool‘s residence — only for his grandmother to be waiting with some heavy ammunition of her own. While he escapes, said police enter the house and immediately fail and finding anything they might use against the rapper. Meanwhile, “granny” finds and dispatches them all for trespassing on her property.
Press play on Q Da Fool‘s “Granny” video below.
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