Stick, a song that appeared on the DJ Drama-assisted compilation album D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz, has been released by Dreamville.
JID, J. Cole, Sheck Wes, and Kenny Mason make up the four rappers, who slug their swords against AraabMUZIK, Beat Butcha, and Christo. The quintet rhymes about the necessity to keep a revolver on them at all times to protect themselves from potential foes and oppositional forces.
JID waving a rifle in the crisp moonlight as DJ Drama introduces the listener to the intro toD-Day, and Kenny Mason rhymes with a militia ahead of him, gathering weapons and planning for war against their naysayers.
As special effects transition between heat-seeking technology and a slew of green lasers pointed at the emcee, scenes end with J. Cole rapping his verse in a room.
Cole sings a stand-out verse in this Waboosh & ONDA-directed video as he closes the song to a close.
Im basically/Reppin more shooters than Rich Pauls agency/ They get to clutchin, you best get to duckin like 67 ni**as thats dunkin for Oregon, Cole cautiously assures his opposition/ So its no wonder I'm walking with caution, I know that God got his grace with me/ Still, a ride through the woods is a journey with a stick.
Stick was released as a part of the DJ Drama and Dreamville compilation album, D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape.
Cole, JID, Bas, Cozz, Omen, Lute, EARTHGANG, and others contributed to the project. A$AP Ferg, G Perico, Reason, and others were all on the project.
Below is a video of the Stick game.