Last month, EST Gee took to social media to announce his forthcoming mixtape I Never Felt Nun, a continuation of the 2020 releases Ion Feel Nun and I Still Don’t Feel Nun. To get fans ready, the Louisville star released a new single titled “Blood,” which was released July 29 and sees production from FOREVEROLLING and MoneyEvery. The hard-hitting track is full of multi-layered bars about EST Gee‘s past life before the fame:
Well gets individual on this track communicating his “desire to leave a n a ridiculous” a rebellious admonition cry towards his opps as Gee burns through no time in specifying the existence he’s knowledgeable about the snare. From the kitchen to the roads, he lays out a local representation of his life for fans outwardly.
“I done dumped my shit, duck, reload clip and then pop back out, I done had my block on lock so long, it wanna tap out, deep inside the belly of the shit these niggas rap ’bout, I done went OT to get on my feet and pass my pack out, lil’ bro don’t tell me nothing about his beef when he come cash out, front him what he cop, he come re-up before his last ounce, all he know is work his Draco, flip phone, and his traphouse, stood over that stove without no mask, I damn near passed out…”
I Never Felt Nun will follow last year’s Bigger Than Life or Death and its resulting fancy overhauls, which through and through contained 26 tunes and joint efforts close by Yo Gotti, 42 Dugg, Lil Baby, Rylo Rodriguez, Future, Young Thug, Lil Durk, Pooh Shiesty, Moneybagg Yo, and Future. From that point forward, he’s collaborated with Dugg for the joint exertion Last Ones Left and associated with the remainder of his Collective Music Group compadres for the gathering Gangsta Art. Press play on “Blood” beneath.