NoCap's been one of the most promising young talents to emerge from the South in the past few years. His run in 2019, including Baccend Child and The Hood Dictionary, only further propelled him to being one of the leading voices coming out of the South right now. With a new project expected to drop at the end of the month, the rapper returned with a new track paying homage to the Death Row CEO on his new song, "Suge Night." Acoustic strings and bluesy melodies laid down by CashMoneyAP paint the backdrop for NoCap as he details death and street politics. The rapper parallels Suge's ruthless business antics to how he balances the realities of the hood and the success of his career.
NoCap's latest single follows the release of the Lil Uzi Vert-assisted, "Count A Million." Keep your eyes peeled for his new project, Steel Human dropping on June 30th.
We need a buyer for this Glock, 'cause we ringin' it out
I bump my head 'cause that's how bad a n***a needed a knot
If I ever put drugs in my body if I need it or not
Then hood was like a dealership, I was leavin' a lot