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RnB 13/03/2019

Schoolboy Q Teases New Music!

Schoolboy Q Teases New Music!

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Schoolboy Q has teased new music arriving tomorrow. In a new Instagram video, the rapper previews a new track in the studio. "2morrow nigHt we back at it," the caption reads.

The Top Dawg Entertainment artist posted a teaser of himself in the studio cooking up some heat onto his Instagram account. In the clip, ScHoolboy is listening to his verse over a pounding beat. "Two-door coupe hoppin' out like Jack in the box/Nigga I'm gonna shoot if thirty's all that I got/Nigga time's up, I got my coins up, my bars up," he spits on the track.
This is the second teaser he posted on social over the last few days. If he delivers on his promise, this could be a taste of what's coming from ScHoolboy's first project since 2016's Blank Face LP in 2016.
Last year, ScHoolboy appeared on "Kill 'Em With Success," from the Creed II soundtrack, which also featured 2 Chainz, and Ear Drummer Records signee Eearz. Check out ScHoolboy Q's video teaser below:

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