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This is what happens when real ones link up. E-40 is currently on a high with the release of his most recent project Practice Makes Paper, which hails standout single “Chase The Money” featuring Quavo, Roddy Ricch, ScHoolboy Q, and A$AP Ferg. Now, the Ambassador of the Bay returns with yet another cinematic visual, this time for “Made This Way” featuring Tee Grizzley and Rod Wave.
The three-minute visual sees 40 Water in his natural habitat: a hustler in all facets of his life. Off the rip, he spits, “When I was younger, OG’s used to let me come around / And soak up game like a sponge, or should I say beach towel / They woke my game up when I was a little child, when I was broke / But now I’m up and I ain’t ever comin’ down.”
The record also sees a spitfire verse from Detroit’s Tee Grizzley, with Rod Wave blessing the vocals on the hook. All three artists are seen performing the record in a boxing gym, as two females compete inside the ring. Stay for the cameo from E-40’s artist Nef Tha Pharaoh! Watch above.