Back in November, Rylo Rodriguez unveiled his official debut LP Goat In Human Form, which sees 17 tracks and additional features from Yo Gotti, Jackboy, Moneybagg Yo, 42 Dugg, and Lil Baby. This past weekend, the Alabama emcee liberated a new video from the project for “Home Run,” a KookUp and Chi Chi-produced effort that’s centered around how pain and struggle created the man Rodriguez is now:
“All this pain in my body, should I just end it now? I gave some racks to a shooter to put one in the ground, them hoes who ain’t wanna fuck me, now panties on the ground, I know a n***a got three strikes, he ain’t even see the mound/
Don’t play me like that, say you love me, gas me up and you see I was on E, You made me crash, I was behind you, you ain’t tell me you was turnin’ on me, n***a robbed me, turned me an animal, I’m goin’ in.../”
The visual comes courtesy of Krispy Kam and keeps things fairly simple, with Rodriguez showing off his money, jewelry, and car in different locations — including a baseball field and what’s presumed to be his residence.
“Home Run” follows previously released clips for “Walk,” “Hear This,” “For Me,” and “We Could Never Die.” Much of last year also saw Rodriguez contributing to tracks for peers like DJ The Rapper, Nolove Stu, Rayy Dubb, Blaze Bar$, and PTM Hud.
Rylo Rodriguez saw his initial breakout in music thanks to his 4PF boss Lil Baby, who recruited him on the hit singles “Eat Or Starve” and “Stick On Me.” Rodriguez then continued his forward momentum with infectious cuts like “BMF,” “Mufasa,” “More Problem,” and “Melvin” over the next two years, eventually dropped the well-received EP Before Baby Offered The Deal.
Press play on “Home Run” below.