Watch the posthumous MV for King Von’s “Armed & Dangerous”

A cut from his final album, ‘Welcome to O’Block.’

King Von’s label has released a video for “Armed & Dangerous,” the opening track from the late rapper’s Welcome to O’Block LP.

On the track, Von raps about his personal struggles and trouble with the law, which the Jerry Production-helmed clip brings to life. In the visual, the rapper moves into a new, upscale neighborhood to restart his life, before realizing that all of his neighbors are undercover cops.

“Red alert, armed and dangerous, I keep that Glock on me / And I ain’t looking for no trouble, I’m just looking out for me / ’Cause I done did shit that n***as, ain’t talking ’bout no rapping beef,” Von spits on the song.

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Welcome to O’Block is the last full-length album Von released in his lifetime. The rapper was tragically shot and killed in Atlanta just days after its launch. The record featured collaborations with Polo G, Prince Dre, Lil Durk, Dreezy, Moneybagg Yo and Fivio Foreign.

The video for “Armed & Dangerous” is also the follow-up to the posthumous clip for “Wayne’s Story.” Watch the new clip below:

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