After teaming up for the militant G-funk track “Whip Out,” NYC’s Slayter and New Jersey native RetcH have linked up once again for a new hustle anthem titled “Rosary,” commemorating the track with a lo-fi visual for the effort.
Contrasting the hard-slinging verses on their previous collaboration, “Rosary” opts for a more subdued atmosphere, with both delivering some syrupy flows as they rap about the streets, hustling, and their faith over a spacey old school instrumental. In the visual, both rappers can be seen indoors at a house and at a studio as they pour up and vibe, with intercut shots of them playing video games in Slayter’s Tesla Model X. Fans can also catch a glimpse of the NYC rapper’s unlawfully-large collection of custom Yankees fitted hats.
You can catch the visual for “Rosary” above.
For more new music, watch Westside Gunn’s double-visual for “Euro Step” and “No Vacancy.”