YG has shared his first single of the year, “Hit Em Up,” featuring Day Sulan and D3szn, both of whom are signed to his label 4Hunnid Records.
The trio hit the boxing ring to deliver their battle-ready lines in the fierce visual, which also features trippy edits, flashy special effects and more. “Put ’em down, difference in the score up / It’s a number game, bitch, and we four up / He a cameraman, he shoot close-up / Pop-pop-pop to thе Range Rover,” YG spits.
D3szn is 4Hunnid’s latest signee and appeared on YG’s most recent album, My Life 4Hunnid. On the other hand, Day Sulan previously teamed up with Rubi Rose on “Big.”
Last year, YG’s 2016 anti-Donald Trump song “FDT” (which stands for “Fuck Donald Trump”) saw a huge leap in streams after Democratic candidate Joe Biden’s victory over the incumbent President in the recent US elections. Earlier that year, YG mocked Trump in his video for “Jealous.”
Watch the video for “Hit Em Up” below:
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