Jones raps about doing it big like Diddy and being good in the streets over a head-nodding production. Jones and Hitmaka have Jamaican-American rapper BEAM take over the hook with an emphatic voice.
Jones utilizes the hard-hitting samples for some of his best bars to date:
“Rude boy, I might lick a shot ‘pon ’em, run up in the dealer, I might get the drop on ’em, n**gas gettin’ killed once we get the drop on ’em, catch him in the whip, you know he got the chop’ on him, I be jumpin’ out the roof like that n**ga Birdie, catch me sittin’ in the coupe wit’ that big 30, I just got the car washed but that s**t is dirty, muhf**ka we ain’t scared, all my n**gas sturdy, no, b**ch, I got 200 on my neck now, and they can trip or we can trip and take a jet down, god body in wide bodies wit’ big watches…”
The video, directed by Jim Jones and Shula The Don, shows the trio heating up Little Haiti in Miami.
“Status Update” is set to release this December via EMPIRE.