Lil Tjay dropped off a new music video for the Fivio Foreign and Pop Smoke-assisted cut “Zoo York,” taken from his most recent mixtape State of Emergency. The accompanying visual sees the Bronx rapper drawing a huge and energetic crowd on the streets of New York City, dancing along and bravely playing with flamethrowers. While Foreign makes an appearance in the music video, they honor the late Pop Smoke with old footage and people visibly wearing Meet the Woo merchandise.
State of Emergency hears Lil Tjay diving deep into Brooklyn’s drill movement and moving away from his normative trap’n'b sound. He enlists additional guest features from Jay Critch, J.I the Prince, Jay Gwapo, Sheff G, and Sleepy Hollow for the seven-track project and includes the previously released “Ice Cold.”
Watch Lil Tjay, Fivio Foreign and Pop Smoke’s “Zoo York” music video above.
Elsewhere in music, JME and Skepta reunite for the “NANG” music video.