New visuals from one of Connecticut's finest.
Last month marked the arrival of ANoyd’s Blame It On Jay-Z project. Inspired by Hov’s 4:44, the project was a 10-track opus crafted by the Connecticut spitter as he flexed over production from the likes of Corey Cooper, 2wo4our, and The Breed while trading bars alongside Oswin Benjamin, Mickey Factz and more.
Now, ANoyd returns with the visual for the project’s title and opening track as he rips on the competition, prompting listeners to “blame it on Hov” and not him as Jay’s inspired album was the reason that we’ve been blessed with such transparent fire this time around.
He’s previously cited that in the midst of attempting to create radio-friendly cuts, he gave 4:44 a listen and decided to take a different and more honest approach. Check out one of the results of this switch in his latest clip.