Jamaican rapper Zuse revisits his latest mixtape TrapZuse with a music video for the song "Till I Die" produced by FKi and TrackBangaz. The track has a somber tone, which is perfectly matched by the video's cemetery setting. The song represents a return to the streets, which Zuse told XXL was a major change in theme on TrapZuse as opposed to his past work.

"To be honest with you, my last two projects — Illegal Immigrant and The Real Don Dada — I feel like when I listen to them they feel like industry mixtapes to me," Zuse said. "They didn’t feel like the old me. I felt like Don Dada lost the essence of what I represent sometimes. And I feel like TrapZuse is bringing that back; you’ll feel that aggression, you’ll feel every word, you’ll feel every line because it’s real. When you hear it you’re like, 'Fuck.' This shit’s crazy from track one to 12, it’s ridiculous. The song 'On God' that I released in July with Post Malone is more soft and more worldly. This is for the streets. 'On God' and songs like that are for the world, but this is for the streets, for the projects, for the nigga in the bando posting up, the nigga on the corner. This is for the streets."

If you haven't heard TrapZuse yet, the DJ Holiday hosted mixtape can be downloaded for free on DatPiff.com or LiveMixtapes.com. Check out the spooky but fitting visual for "Till I Die" above. That beat is bananas too.

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