Lil Keed’s estate announced his highly anticipated posthumous album entitled “Keed Talk To ‘Em 2”, will be making landfall on March 17. il Keed had been working on the project prior to his death, his mother shared in a statement.
Slated to drop via Young Stoner Life Records and 300 Entertainment, “Keed Talk To ‘Em 2” will serve as the sequel to 2018’s “Keed Talk To ’Em” mixtape and follow the last full-length album released before his passing, 2020’s “Trapped On Cleveland 3”.
The official tracklist was also revealed, confirming features from peers like NAV, Big Sean, Trippie Redd, KayCyy, and Fridayy, as well as Young Stoner Life labelmates Young Thug, Dolly White, and Karlae. Production will be handled by the likes of Jetsonmade, Bankrollgotit, Wheezy, London On Da Track, and others. Keed’s brothers Lil Gotit and StickBaby are also set to make an appearance together on a special track titled “Kick Back.”
Paired with the album updates was a brand new track and music video for “Self Employed.” The Shot By Wolf-backed visual shows the Atlanta rapper in his element, chilling in his city while being surrounded by family and friends. On the track, he raps over co-production by Grimlin and Emman:
“Yeah, come through looking like the money, these chains on my neck, real water like tsunami, red dark Dior shades, I ain’t see these b**ches coming/ Big drum on a stick, yeah, I’m looking like the drum line, catch us in the yard, you cannot cross this gun line”
Lil Keed, born Raqhid Render, passed away in May 2022 at the age of 24 due to eosinophilia, a term used when the body produces an unusually high number of white blood cells.
Watch the music video for Lil Keed’s “Self Employed” below.