G Herbo, Key Glock and Z-Money Hit Harold’s Chicken in New “Bon Appetit” Video
Key Glock headed up to Chicago for his new cut with G Herbo and Z-Money, "Bon Appétit," which dropped in the form of a music video on June 19. For the occasion, the trio convened at Harold's Chicken #62 in the Windy City's South Loop neighborhood for a feast.
Herb, Glock and Z pull up to the restaurant and order a full wings spread, sides and all, sparing time to spit their verses in between bites. The Memphis phenom leads off by listing menacing descriptors in a patient flow that bangs like a gavel.
"Young nigga eatin', bon appétit/Messed up Halloween, pull up trick or treat/Nigga, ain't shit sweet, fuck 'round and get sweeped/I don't play with freaks, bitch I play for keeps/Real dope dealer, foreign car drifter/Real go getter, and a cop killer/Posted like a sinner, Lord knows I'm a sinner/Benjamins for dinner, money hungry nigga," Glock raps.
Z-Money follows in his signature drawl, building off the end of Glock's verse. "The money hungry nigga/Benjamins for dinner/Got money on my mental/When you cook it, cook it gentle," he slurs.
Herb, of course, cleans up, rapping in double time about how much money he makes while wearing sweatpants, and wordplaying around with his enthusiasm for Batman and Robin, Robin's Jeans and robbing strangers.
The posse cut unites the G Herbo with Key Glock for the first time. It was only right after Key shone in his "Who Run It" freestyle, inspired by Herb's original smashing of the Three 6 Mafia record. The drill maestro also dropped a video for his Southside collaboration "Swervo" last week. Z-Money, for his part, signed a deal with Gucci's 1017 Eskimo Records in January.
Watch the video for "Bon Appétit" below.
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