Earlier this month, 42 Dugg was released from prison after serving six months behind bars. In a clip that made rounds on social media, the Detroit emcee was embraced by a welcoming committee — including his CMG boss, Yo Gotti — the moment he was freed from incarceration.
On Monday (Oct. 24), viewers were able to check out more footage from the positive moment in Dugg’s latest visual for “Go Again,” a FOREVEROLLING and GodBoyDinero-produced effort that sees the rapper getting back to business on wax.
“It’s time to go again, if I catch a n**ga lackin’, I’ma score again, she just was playin’ wifey, now look at her, h** again, quit tryna tell me that I’m big, I’m finna blow again, I’m off a four of red, It’s time to go again, don’t call me lookin’ for no brick ’cause I might know a friend, and way before I blew a M, b**ch, I was blowin’ Ns, and way before I mail it to him, I been on takin’ s**t, don’t tell me that it’s up, n**ga, that’ll get you thumped, n**ga…”
Directed by Diesel Films, the accompanying clip begins with the aforementioned meetup before Dugg is seen mobbing heavy with Lil Baby and his crew in a strip club. He can also be spotted counting money and sitting in a room surrounded by luxury bags.
It’s been a couple of years since the “We Paid” talent released the solo mixtape Free Dem Boyz, a 19-song body of work with collaborations alongside Roddy Ricch, Future, Lil Durk, Rylo Rodriguez, Fivio Foreign, and more. In addition to a deluxe edition of that project, Dugg has since remained on the radar via Last Ones Left, his joint project with EST Gee, and appearances on CMG’s Gangsta Art compilation series. Press play on “Go Again” below.
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