Kay Flock isn’t letting legal issues stop the campaign for the new album. In January, the Bronx emcee released the well-received single “Shake It,” a cut assisted by Mula Gzz, Bory300 and Dougie B that quickly became one of New York’s hottest exercise songs. . Months later, fans would receive a remix of “Shake It” with a new verse from Cardi B, further propelling the incarcerated rapper into the hip hop stratosphere.
Today (June 17), Kay Flock connects with her New York counterpart Fivio Foreign for “Make A Movie.” Produced by Elvis Beatz and A Lau, “Make A Movie” is full of street-oriented raps that both artists are known for:
“Cut ’em, if he tries to run when we slip, we hit him, like, we cheated on him, like, thottie she double-crossed him, she got him, we bombed him, drag by the window, like I’m trying Rick ’em, keep clicking, I’m going with the beat, keep backing up, I’m making sure I won’t miss him, he’s dead, now his homies miss him, and I thought I already told you, since that little nigga don’t want war, put the K on your face and I’ll kick down the door…”
In November, Kay Flock fed the streets with The DOA Band, a collection of bangers that have made the jump to streaming platforms. The project contained eight songs and collaborations alongside G Herbo, Dougie B, B-Lovee, Justo B and Lil Skrap 1090. Meanwhile, Fivio Foreign released his long-awaited debut album. BIBLE last April, with 17 cuts and assists from Quavo, Kanye West, Alicia Keys, Queen Naija, Coi Leray, Chlöe, A$AP Rocky, Lil Yachty, Lil Tjay, Yung Bleu, and more. Fivio’s body of work was a top ten hit on the Billboard 200 – BIBLE also earned a top five entry on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
Press play on “Create Movie” below.