EST Gee returned last week with his brand new project Bigger Than Life or Death Part 2. The freshly unveiled body of work is a follow up to his successful first installment from back in July. To keep the momentum rolling, he drops off the latest visual from the project today (Dec. 10) for “Bloody Man.” On the track, he unleashes his lethal flow:
I know they hope I get identified (FOREVEROLLING, hope I get identified) ’cause when we slide, if somethin’ don’t die, they damn near paralyzed/ They don’t come outside, the chance of dyin’ higher than bein’ alive/ His mama knew he was a killer, she looked in his eyes
Gee recently secured his first Top 10 appearance on the Billboard 200 chart thanks to the aforementioned Bigger Than Life Or Death, released via CMG/Warlike/Interscope Records, peaking at No. 7. The project has already gathered over 281 million streams globally and Gee continues to average over 3 million monthly listeners on Spotify. Bigger Than Life or Death was jam-packed with illustrious guests, including Lil Baby, Future, Yo Gotti, Young Thug, Lil Durk, 42 Dugg, Rylo Rodriguez, and Pooh Shiesty.
In terms of visuals from Bigger Than Life Or Death, we’ve received ones for standout cuts like “Lick Back,” “Capitol 1,” “Price Tag,” “Riata Dada,” “5500 Degrees,” “In Town,” and the title track. Outside of his own work, EST Gee has also kept busy as a hot commodity in his own right, contributing show-stealing verses on songs like OMB Bloodbath’s “Not Gang,” Jack Harlow’s “Route 66,” Lil Baby’s “Real As It Gets,” G-Eazy’s “At Will,” 42 Dugg’s “Rose Gold,” and Tory Lanez’s “Tuh.” He also most recently linked up with Moneybagg Yo and Lil Durk for the “Switches and Dracs” visual.
Be sure to press play on EST Gee’s brand new music video for “Bloody Man” down below.
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