2 Chainz and Migos Drop New ‘Blue Cheese’ Video [WATCH]
The clip finds the former Playaz Circle member walking around one of Atlanta's projects with Quavo, Offset and Takeoff. He also sports a yellow and blue outfit, with a plaid jacket, while the Migos members rocked a more casual look.
Tity Boi has been on a lyrical tear as of late and on "Blue Cheese," it's clear that he put focus on wordplay and flow. It's something that he talked about during a recent interview with Rolling Stone.
According to Chainz, he would step up his lyrics whenever he was on a song with rappers who were considered lyrical but wouldn't do the same when he collaborated with others. But he no longer does that.
"Before I used to play according to competition, like I did in sports, which was probably my downfall in sports," he explained. "I only liked showing up when good people showed up. I applied that to music, because if I did a song with Drake or Lil Wayne or Kanye, I could stand out. I could go hard and still be someone you feel on the track. If I did a song with somebody pop or somebody that doesn't have as many bars, I would still show up but I wouldn't embarrass the person."
You can watch the new "Blue Cheese" video above.