Q Da Fool is a "Hundred Round Boss" in new visual
The hard-hitting release sees production from E-Major Unruly.
Currently, Q Da Fool is back behind bars as he deals with his legal issues — despite that, the Maryland star isn’t about to let his momentum slide as a result. Today (Dec. 24), he drops off a new single titled “Hundred Round Boss,” which sees production from past collaborator E-Major Unruly and features the effortless street talk that he’s become popular for:
“Hopped up off that porch wit’ glocks out, this nigga said it’s war, got crossed out, bro did his bed, it’s time to ball out, when you puttin’ in work, ain’t no reason to call out, that money be makin’ them best friends fall out, that Draco be kickin’, it might knock a wall down … send couple shots and I’m watchin’ ’em fall down, I used to rob, I’m going on tour now, money keeping me focused…”
Courtesy of Skeet Production, fans can also check out a matching visual that keeps things straight to the point and focused on the music. Viewers can see a well-dressed Q Da Fool performing his cars while enjoying a smoke, showing off his high-end whip, and (overall) matching the track’s aggressive energy.
Q Da Fool kicked off the year with the well-received projects My Heart A Graveyard and Rich Shootas 3 — the latter of which also spawned a deluxe edition. Back in October, Q followed that with Twin, an ode to a late D.C. legend that boasted equally dope videos for standouts like “Weird To Me” and “Old Js.” A month later, he would add to that with Twin (Deluxe Edition), which added on nine new songs and contributions from E Major, Harto Beats, Juu2x, Namz Beatz, and more.
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