22Gz Always Keeps His “Blixky” In New Video
Flatbush drill artist 22Gz, dropped off new visuals for, “Keep A Blixky”, initially released in February on “The Blixky Tape 2 Deluxe”. Directed by Brandon Collins, the video features 22Gz boasting cars, cash, and NY style dances, as well as pouring out Clase Azul Tequila in honor of fallen friends.
“Keep a Blixky” is one of many songs that distinguishes 22Gz musical presence amongst fellow drill artists. His lyrics are clear and digestible flowing in tandem against bouncy drums and the enrapturing sample of Roddy Ricch’s “Die Young”.
Now on his second release of May, 22Gz continues to keep fans earnest and awaiting more content. Traditionally dropping on the 22nd of each month, the Sniper Gang artist is not only dedicated to his brand but his sound. Particularly, his audience’s interpretation of the message he delivers.
In a recent interview with The Source, 22Gz asserted his disdain for diss tracks and the importance of a song’s entirety.
“All these young n****s, they got heat, I ain’t gon’ lie,” he said.”Just gotta dumb they dissin’ down cause n****s don’t hear you, n****s straight hear the dissin’ and say fuck the whole song, ya heard?” You really trying to make it or what? You playin’.”
Check out the video for “Keep A Blixky” below