Back in November, Lil Yachty released Lil Boat 3.5, a deluxe upgrade of his latest project Lil Boat. This weekend, the Atlanta star liberates a new visual from that project for “In My Stussy’s,” a Leken Taylor-produced offering that sees an assist from Long Beach emcee Vince Staples. The ode to the Stüssy clothing brand sees the duo rapping about everything from money and sex to street life:
“Ten times ten, I just got that on a sheet of paper, I just put up all-yellow like vanilla wafers, tryna tell your bitch ‘bout me, you can’t save her, if it’s ‘bout Ben Frank, pull up suit and tie like Craig Sager/
All my hoes on ten, movin’ ‘em out to Vegas just like the Raiders, pew, pew-pew-pew, yeah, slatt, okay, rearrange his face, think it’s sweet, we gon’ handle it, fuck her from the back, mess it up, I’m gon’ damage it/”
The clip shows Yachty and Staples in a circus-esque room full of mirrors. Mixing in some dope effects, the artists can also be spotted rapping in a black room with magnifying glasses, while a woman holds strategically placed mirrors of her own.
In addition to “In My Stussy’s,” Lil Yachty also recently dropped off a dope video for “Royal Rumble,” a posse cut alongside Detroit and Flint rising stars KrispyLife Kidd, RMC Mike, Babyface Ray, Rio Da Yung OG, Dc2Trill, and Icewear Vezzo. The track is expected to appear on the forthcoming body of work Michigan Boy Boat — or, as the video might be hinting at, Concrete Boy Boat. Add in another recent contribution to LUCKI’s “Greed,” and Yachty is easily one of the hardest working rappers out this year.