Lil Wop lets his freak flag fly.
Even the most ardent horrorcore fans may find Lil Wop to be an acquired taste; his voice sounds genuinely unsettling, with a growling, hoarse delivery that sounds like a creaking door in the nighttime. Still, while many horror-adjacent rappers tend to steer toward the underground aesthetic, Lil Wop remains fixed in the trap lifestyle, as evidenced by his position on Gucci Mane's 1017 roster. Now, Wop is back with some dark new visuals, premiered courtesy of Complex.
In the clip, directed by Paul John of Midnight Cinema, Wop sits alone amidst a house full of butchered women; those adverse to gore and disturbing content should probably steer clear, though one has to wonder, why are you clicking on a Lil Wop video in the first place? From that moment, Wop surrounds himself with all of the devil's pleasures; demonic vixens, free-flowing fire, and of course, serpents on deck.