Last week, Millyz liberated the fourth installment of his Blanco series, which the Massachusetts emcee has been releasing annually since 2018. This time, fans received 17 hard-hitting cuts with additional features from 8 Zipp, Ygizzle, Dotta The Dealer, Jazzy Amra, Benny The Butcher, G Herbo, Asian Doll, and Jadakiss. Today (Aug 26), Millyz keeps his momentum going by unleashing the official visual for his Kiss-assisted cut “Hopeless.” As Millyz is surrounded by his crew, he delivers his honest bars over a beat courtesy of frequent collaborator ReyBeatz:
I’m from where they’re still poppin’ even if it’s pressed pills/ A lot of rappers richer than me and did this shit with less skill, so I know I coulda did it quicker if I was less real/ Going through the motions, pour a triple shot of something/
Used to bag up in my momma’s house with the water running/ Woodrow Wilson in the lobby I would post up like I’m drumming/ Homocide was at my door with subpoenas gettin’ summoned/
In terms of other visuals from the project, he has previously shared videos for tracks like “Fish Tank” and the G Herbo-assisted “Emotions.”
Jadakiss recently made headlines everywhere when he and his LOX brothers faced off in a historic Verzuz battle against Dipset. Judging by the feedback from many, it was clear that Jadakiss is the one who stole the show. Aside from the battle, Kiss also released a single this year titled “Upstate Greats” along side Upstates and Jake Strain. He also curated Porshe Nine’s Nine Piece project back in February. Last year, The LOX unleashed their Living Off Xperience album, which includes features from the late legend DMX, T-Pain, Benny The Butcher, and many more.
Be sure to press play on the official video for “Hopeless” by Millyz featuring Jadakiss down below.