South Jersey emcee FLA$H made a big reentry into the game at the end of 2020 with the release of his stacked album “I’ma Die A King.” The former Ruff Ryder signee has dropped two singles so far to support the project: “Where U Belong” featuring Capone and Royal Flush, and “F.I.T.” featuring Tek (Smif N Wessun) and Innocent?. The LP also includes cameos from icons like Kool G Rap, Lil’ Fame, Styles P, and Ransom.
Today marks the release of the third visual off “I’ma Die A King,” which is titled “A Few Good Men.” The track features guest verses from Junior Mafia alumni Lil Cease and Bristal, while the beat is provided by Buddah N Grandz, who utilize sombre horns and rock-solid snares to achieve that classic boom bap sound. Nimi Hendrix was behind the lens for this one and he captures all the footage in and around Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. Keep an eye out for the cameos by Tek and Sean Price’s widow, Bernadette Price.
You may notice FLA$H and Tek are sporting CPC army jackets. The acronym stands for Culture Pushaz Collective, which is a new crew consisting of FLA$H, Tek, Innocent?, and more. Fans can expect a CPC album this Spring.