Currently, Yo Gotti’s Collective Music Group stands as one of the biggest hip hop labels out this year, largely in part due to well-received releases from Moneybagg Yo and 42 Dugg. Now, EST Gee keeps the movement going with his latest drop “Bigger Than Life Or Death,” a track that he previously announced via social media. Produced by FOREVEROLLING and Ronnie Lucciano, “Bigger Than Life Or Death” sees the Louisville star rapping about money, drugs, and more:
“Ridin’ in something that cost six figures, to get the pape’ tag, wit a bitch who say she the realest, but she got fake ass, I pop all these percs, when I don’t it’ll make my day bad, yellow V’s, 230 RPs, mixed with Hi-tech razz, crystal bows, two and a four, get me like ten grand, that’s a brick, clear as my wrist, ice like it’s sprained bad...”
Shot by Diesel Films, the accompanying clip for “Bigger Than Life Or Death” sees EST Gee outside with his crew, showing off stacks of money, on stage during a packed concert, and more. The video is essentially an inside look into his everyday life, which is certainly more lavish and exciting than most.
Late last year, EST Gee blessed the masses with his latest project I Still Dont Feel Nun, the sequel to Ion Feel Nun that saw 16 tracks with a slew of appearances from aforementioned crew members Gotti, Moneybagg, and Dugg, along with fellow peers Babyface Ray, Jack Harlow, YFN Lucci, and Kevin Gates. Since then, he could be heard on high quality cuts like Harlow’s “Route 66” and Lil Baby’s “Real As It Gets” — he also made an appearance on Funkmaster Flex’s show for the legendary DJ’s freestyle series. In addition to “Bigger Than Life Or Death,” fans can also enjoy the April drop “Lick Back.”
Enjoy EST Gee’s latest below.