Lil Uzi Vert jumps on DooWop’s new song, “Cap Flow”

    Stream DooWop’s ‘Cappin’ Ain’t Dead’ here.

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    Chicago rapper DooWop has released his Cappin’ Ain’t Dead album, which features the Lil Uzi Vert-assisted “Cap Flow.”

    On the track, which is a tribute to DooWop’s late brother, the rappers exchange boastful bars about cash and gun over an aggressive beat provided by Chicago drill artist Chief Keef. “Might just go shoot up your funeral / My n***as soldiers, they say you ain’t losing us / Lose a li’l money on the stick / We do the shooting, ain’t no n***as shooting us,” they rap.

    The 15-track Cappin’ Ain’t Dead features appearances by Ballout, Gherbo and Capo, as well as more production from Chief Keef. Check out “Cap Flow” and the rest of the new album here: