The brand new music visuals for Triple X’s “Royalty,” a Caribbean-influenced song featuring Stefflon Don, Ky-Mani Marley, and OG Vybz Kartel, were released on Wednesday morning (October 2) by the estate of XXXtentaction.
While rapping their various verses in front of the camera and with director Damian Fyffe behind the camera, the singers find themselves immersed in the culture of the Caribbean.
X raps in a quick flow over the instrumental that is influenced by the islands.
“Yeah, it’s funny how sh*t changes,” she said.That shit stinks, you poor shorty wanna young nigga underwear, that stains / In a run-down residence, Biscayne/Now you niggas can find me in the coupe with a crib, Chris Paine.Never could forget how painful each and every one of those evenings was.Rapper XXXtentacion says in one of his songs, “Now I’m Finna Come for the Throne, Don’t Forget, Mane.”
A posthumous project that will be released after X’s death is going to be titled “Bad Vibes Forever,” and it will be a forthcoming LP. The album features guest appearances from artists like as Lil Wayne, Blink-182, and Lil Nas X.
Check out the music video for “Royalty“.