ScHoolboy Q emphasizes how hard he hustles to support his family on his new song "CrasH."

On Wednesday (April 24), the West Coast MC delivers his final single before he drops his long-awaited LP CrasH Talk. Produced by Boi-1da, Groovy Q spits nothing but facts as he reflects on what he's done to ensure his daughter and his mother are living comfortably.

"Got my daughter that mansion (That mansion), Gave my mother that million (That million)," Q raps towards the end of his first verse. "Sold my soul to my feelings (My feelings)/Can't go blind 'bout these women (No)."

"CrasH" serves as the third single on CrasH Talk. Before dropping his new song, the TDE rapper delivered his black-and-white visuals for his Travis Scott-assisted song, "Chopstix."

"CrasH" was preceded by "Numb Numb Juice," which was released as the first CrasH Talk single on March 14. The song also came with an interesting video. Directed by Dave Free and Jack Begert, the video for "Numb Numb Juice" features Tyler, The Creator, who tweaks and freaks out for no reason, and a handful of references to pop culture and Q’s hip-hop influences.

After respectfully postponing the project due to the death of Mac Miller and later on Nipsey Hussle, CrasH Talk is finally expected to drop this Friday. His fifth studio album features from YG, 6lack, Ty Dolla $ign, 21 Savage, Lil Baby and more.

Listen to ScHoolboy Q's "CrasH" below.

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