Returning from his collaborative “GATTI” track alongside Travis Scott for Cactus Jack’s JACKBOYS compilation, Pop Smoke — the self-proclaimed King of New York — is back with another Brooklyn drill anthem titled “Christopher Walking.” Taking to Instagram earlier this week, the rising emcee took shots at fellow Brooklyn rappers Casanova and Smoove L, referring to the former as “Trashanova” and the latter as “Scary L” alongside a preview of the now-released cut.
Championing Brooklyn’s drill revival, the latest single is about as characteristic as it gets for the young rapper. Driven by a murky instrumental produced by French beatsmith CashMoneyAP, “Christopher Walking” sees Smoke comparing himself to Christopher Walken’s Frank White character from the 1990 neon-noir crime film King of New York. He continues to fire shots at his enemies throughout his brawling bars, dipping into his love for Dior and bust-downed jewelry, and more.
Pop Smoke has also shared a visual for the track, which sees edited visuals of historic figures cut alongside the rapper driving around New York as he flexes his dripped-out attire.
You can listen to “Christopher Walking” and watch the track’s visual above. The track is expected to arrive on Smoke’s forthcoming Meet The Woo 2 mixtape due out soon.
For more new music, watch the visual for Key Glock’s “Look At They Face.”
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