/  01.21.2022

2021 is looking to be NoCap‘s year. Despite an unfortunate stint behind bars, 2021 saw the Alabama native blessing his fans with top tier cuts like “Dismiss You,” “38 Sides,” “On Purpose,” “Time Speed,” “Vaccine,” “Outside,” “Sun Up To Sun Down,” “Unwanted Freestyle,” “Ghetto Can’t Be Saved,” “200 Or Better,” and “Flaws.” Yesterday (Jan. 20), NoCap adds to that with “Fortune Teller,” a melodic cut that sees the artist harmonizing about his circle, women, personal style, financial goals, and more:

“She don’t want Burberry say she want Celine, my niggas the reason detective on the crime scene, is you gone come outside or you gone hide when it’s pressure, I don’t need a stylist, hunded thousand in my dresser, that money will turn your friends to enemies, they ain’t tell us but I want a fortune, no one around but I still here voices, brand new AP, money don’t make me, money don’t make me dawg…”

The accompanying clip for “Fortune Teller” keeps things pretty simple, with a well-dressed NoCap performing the song in various locations, including near some train tracks and in the midst of the city that he’s currently in.

NoCap’s last full-length body of work, Steel Human, was released in 2020 and contained 16 tracks with additional contributions from Jacquees, Lil Uzi Vert, Boosie Badazz, and DaBaby. Prior to that, the rising star and Never Broke Again affiliate made huge waves with 2018’s Neighborhood Hero and 2019’s The Backend Child and The Hood Dictionary. In addition to his own releases, NoCap can also be heard on tracks like Yung Bleu‘s “Dead & Famous,” Doe Boy’s “Look In My Eyes,” YFN Lucci’s “Used To, Pt. 2,” Kodak Black and Sniper Gang’s “Let’s Step,” and No Savage’s “Feeling Down.”

Press play on NoCap‘s “Fortune Teller” video below. As stated via social media, his forthcoming project Mr. Crawford is on the way.