U-God announced his album Venom back in 2016 but it's only going to see the light of day in the next week. The rapper has big plans for this year which marks the 25th anniversary of Wu-Tang Clan's debut album. To commemorate its release, the rapper released his book, RAW: My Journey Into The Wu-Tang as well as a new album. With the album dropping on its way, he lets loose another single off the project.
U-God drops off his latest effort, "Bit Da Dust" off his upcoming album Venom. The rapper touches on longevity in the rap game and the overall climate of the rap game. If you look at the cover of the song, it clearly depicts Tekashi 6ix9ine getting his chain snatched. However, U-God doesn't feel like its a direct aim at him.
"The image portrayed on the cover artwork is no one in particular. It is merely a play on the song which clearly gives good advice. If you don't play by the rules you get stuck for your jewels," he said.
Peep the joint and keep your eyes peeled for Venom dropping on March 30th.
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