Post Malone, Nipsey Hussle, Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, Big K.R.I.T; Hip Hop can’t stop raving about the King of Dallas, Yella Beezy.
As his two new commercial singles “Restroom Occupied” and “Ay Ya Ya Ya” hover around Billboard’s Top 10 Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop chart, the popular Dallas rapper returns to his roots to reiterate the block rules in a new video called “Keep It In The Streets.”
For the song, Yella Beezy takes us back to Dallas. Directed by David H. Nguyen, the video paints a poignant picture in stylish black-and-white, focusing on the figures who populate Beezy’s Oak Cliff neighborhood and shining a light on their daily struggles. With the crew behind him, Beezy raps, “I fire my strap and you can fire your strap/But n****, keep it in the streets/Them folks attack and we don’t say shit back/We don’t talk to the police.”
Before radio, it was the proud inner-city that originally embraced the Oak Cliff-representer and championed him as the next big thing in Hip Hop. Earning him accolades like his first #1 hit in “That’s On Me,” which dethroned Drake’s “In My Feelings” on Urban Rhythmic Radio and opening for Chris Brown on his sold-out 2019 “Indigo Tour”.
“Keep It In The Streets” is a lead up to Beezy’s upcoming project slated for a Spring 2020 release on Hitco. The direct follow-up to his 2019 critically-acclaimed mixtape, Baccend Beezy (Hitco). Including hits “Big Shit” and “Bacc At It Again,” the project features an all-star cast including Young Thug, NLE Choppa, K.Michelle, Too $hort and many more.
Alongside “Keep It In the Streets,” for the upcoming project, currently-untitled, Beezy will include his latest song, “Them People.” To keep with Yella Beezy and the new project, follow the lone star via Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Averaging over 2.2 million monthly streams, review Yella Beezy’s complete musical catalog, featuring collaborations with Lil Baby, Kevin Gates, Gucci Mane, Quavo and Lil Boosie on Spotify.