Lajan Slim is looking to continue 2018 with the same momentum he ended with last year. The "Haitians" artist returns with a visual for his remix to fellow Floridian Kodak Black's 2017 anthem "Roll in Peace" and drops off a new video for "No Hook 4."

The 23-year-old rapper takes the freestyle's visual back to a trap house, where he raps everywhere from the stoop holding a gun, to sitting on top of the rundown residence's roof. The Broward County native shrewdly incorporates two NBA superstars into his verse rapping, "Was whipping that Curry to go to me/LeBron off the bench ain't no holding me."

After closing out the holiday season last year with three fresh tracks, the Def Jam artist released the Bunntree-directed video to "No Hook 4" at the top of February, where fans saw the ranging artist rapping at an alternate cadence.

Lajan stopped by the XXL office in 2016, where he explained his goals in the music game. "Be iconic, change lives, touch hearts, make people know that you can come from nothing," he shared. "Despite what anybody say about you, it’s about what lies in your heart and in my heart is unconditional love."

Check out the "Roll in Peace" freestyle and "No Hook 4" videos below.

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