Just last week, Young Scooter and Zaytoven came together for the joint project Zaystreet, which sees 12 hard-hitting cuts and features from Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Future, Trouble, Young Dolph, Chief Keef, OJ Da Juiceman, and more. This week, the Atlanta duo reveal a new visual from the album for “Trap Slow,” which features Bankroll Freddie and sees the collaborators delivering multi-layered plug bars fans know them for:
“What you goin do when the trap get slow, when your money get low, you ain’t got no place to go, making crazy moves like tic-tac-toe, when the trap n***as try to turn deuce to the four/
What you goin do when the trap get slow, when your money get low, then your bitches goin go, you ain’t paid your lawyer, won’t answer for ya, you got court, he ain’t goin show/”
The visual comes courtesy of Joe Yung Spike and shows the artists on an all black set with jewelry, high-end cars, women, and plenty of cash. Going with the song’s subject matter, police can also be seen trying to get information out of Scooter, to no avail.
Prior to Zaystreet, Scooter’s been fairly dormant, save for the compilation project Street Lottery Reloaded that was released in February. Meanwhile Zaytoven has been cooking up infectious singles and full-length projects for several artists, including Lil Yachty, Lil Keed, Lil GotIt, Keef, Drumma Boy, DJ Toomp, and more. He also delivered two volumes of his Pack Just Landed series in August and September, respectively.
In an interview with REVOLT, Zaytoven spoke on what keeps him inspired musically:
“New artists always inspire me. New music coming out, new producers. I’m just still inspired to make music. Just watching what’s going on, hearing the new things. The computers get new sounds, the drum machines come with new sounds. All this stuff inspires me to keep creating.”
Press play on “Trap Slow” and, if you missed it, Zaystreet below.