Earlier this year, Yung Gleesh, UnoTheActivist and Keith Ape linked up for a track called "Both Ways." The trio has returned to their collaboration for a new video directed by Justin Staple. The visual has a certain aura to it with its dark lighting. The video and catchy vibes of the track almost make you overlook the ruthless nature of the lyrics.

"I don't give a fuck about you nigga, I'm getting paid/Woke up in the middle of the street with the chains/Bury him alive/K right to his face/Spit on that bitch, she gon' spit on this dick/Okay choppa, long clip/Leave a nigga missing/No mistletoe but the bullets get to kissing," Uno raps on the first verse.

Keith Ape's involvement continues his attempts to break into the American market. Last year, he told Hypetrak that his main focus is establishing himself in America.

"The number one priority for me now is having a presence out here [in America],” he said. “I want to find my place in American music and be an American artist. I want my Korean friends to come out here and make a name for themselves in American music as well. I think after achieving those things I can then think about the bigger picture and the next steps but for now my main priority is creating my own lane out here in the U.S. and sharing other talented Korean artists. I want to submerge myself in the place where hip­-hop started.”

Working with the likes of Yung Gleesh and UnoTheActivist should help Keith Ape gain some inroads. It will be interesting to see if he can transcend the one-hit wonder status that "It G Ma" brought him.

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