Paul Wall, C Stone and few others show off their candy painted rides and gold grills in this new Texas-inspired video “Somebody Lied."

The People's Champ is back with a brand new banger featuring Slim Thug and Lil Keke as they “swang” through the streets of Houston in their candy painted whips and show off their Johnny Dang-customized grills. “Somebody Lied” is a visual that captures some bright colored slabs, gold teeth and horses. This video is a full-on representation of what the culture of Houston stands for.

“I broke up with my Benz and I bought a Lac/Texan wire wheels poking like a thumbtack,” Paul Wall spits. “Slabs back to back, back to back to back to back/Being broke is wack, grinding making paper stack/If they told you I ain't holding then they story telling/Candy spray looking like the inside of watermelon/No seeds though, boys jello who you tellin’/Candy paint dripping like a paint bucket spillin’.”

Despite a few legal troubles Paul Wall battled in late 2016, he closed out his year with a project called Houston Oiler. The 16-track effort paid homage to the city that Paul Wall reps on a day to day and honored the Houston Oilers, an NFL team that once resided in Texas before they headed out to Tennessee. The 16-track album featured some other Houston vets like Slim Thug, Lil Keke, Chamillionaire and Z-Ro. Paul Wall also linked up with Bay Area artist Berner and Migos' Quavo for a record called "Niice."

Check out Paul Wall’s “Somebody Lied” below. The song is off his 2017 collab album with C Stone called Diamond Boyz.

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