BlueBucksClan feat. Quavo & Hit-Boy “Lil League”

Los Angeles’ buzzing duo BlueBucksClan continues their reign atop their city’s crowded field with Clan Virus 2, out today via Out the Blue Records. The extravagant, star-studded follow-up to last year’s acclaimed Clan Virus features Atlanta chart-toppers Quavo (Migos) and Lil Yachty and, like the best sequels, is even bigger and bolder. Every luxury whip is more expensive, and each outfit’s price has more commas. Backed by thumping beats and west coast suave, DJ and Jeeezy deliver a barrage of vivid, witty one-liners that reference more professional athletes than an episode of SportsCenter. Off Clan Virus 2, the duo drops a sunny L.A. visual for the Quavo and Hit-Boy-featuring ominous standout “Lil League.”

Listen to the mixtape HERE!

Clan Virus 2 is BlueBucksClan’s seventh project in two years and after a surging 2020 ascent from quarantine, the duo isn’t content to kick up their four-figure sneakers. Instead, they’ve refined their luxurious boasts, deadpan punchlines, and quick-pass delivery while expanding their wardrobes, car collections, and fanbase. Recent singles from the Lil Yachty assisted “Last Minute” and the courtside-themed “Horace Grant” reaffirms their remarkable chemistry. They trade bars like basketball teammates running a fastbreak, no-look passing the mic. “BucksClan we can’t lose, I’m the quarterback / Gabbana frames on my face, feel like Horace Grant,” DJ quips.

Though he and Jeeezy have rarely done collaborations, on Clan Virus 2 they welcome Quavo, Lil Yachty, Bino Rideaux, and Cash Kidd into their luxurious world. On the Rideaux-featuring “Baby,” Jeeezy doesn’t lose a step: “Catching plays in the A like I’m Roddy White / She know we ain’t gon’ last long like a Tyson fight.” The video for “Lil League” is a testament to their chemistry with others, showing the duo and Quavo running L.A. together on dirt bikes. It’s a low-key clip, but that suits BlueBucksClan’s style—their flexes feel almost effortless.

Clan Virus 2 follows BlueBucksClan’s prolific 2020, during which they released No Rules 2, Going Up, Clan Way, and the first Clan Virus. Thanks to the pair’s dark humor, hypnotic beats, and tireless work ethic, they racked up over 25 million U.S. streams their first year out, grabbing the ear of critics and artists alike. They now doubled up with over 50 million U.S. streams alone. In addition to cosigns from DJ Mustard, Saweetie, and Shoreline Mafia, and athletes from Kevin Durant, and Russell Westbrook, BlueBucksClan were praised by SPIN, UPROXX, Billboard, and Pitchfork, who called them L.A.’s best duo. This year alone, COMPLEX hailed them “Rappers to Watch in 2021” and Billboard included them on their “6 LA Rappers to Watch in 2021” list. With Clan Virus 2, DJ and Jeeezy prove they won’t let anything stall their takeover far past their city’s limits.

Clan Virus 2

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