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. Before the new year arrives, he drops off a new project titled From Da Cell, which comes with seven tracks and production from E-Major Unruly, Vincent Macauly, Mouse Trapppp, and Namz Beatz.
From Da Cell also features the track “Blue Tips,” which was previously the title of a leaked collaboration with Lil Baby and Ever back in 2018. This go ’round, Q Da Fool handles the hard-hitting production by delivering solo raps about past struggles, his many vices, and other street-related topics that he’s become well known for:
Them same niggas callin’ you, how you be hangin’ with them, roll out some hot stuff for L, I’m slangin’ wit’ him, them bullets like dots, when they hit, they gon’ stick to your head, damn, yo’ lil bitch be giving her head, I’m talkin‘ ’bout leavin’ that spit on the bed, I know she a hoe so I leave her on read, voice soundin’ raspy, I keep sippin’ red…”
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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