The New York-based rapper Lil Tjay kept his fans engaged with a plethora of loose tracks during the past year, including “Faceshot,” “Give You What You Want,” “Beat the Odds,” and “Eastside (Remix)” “In My Head,” “Goin Up,” produced by North Ave Jax, this weekend, he returned to the scene with his latest track, “Clutchin My Strap.” The composition of Lil Tjay’s piece is based on samples of the album “Power” by Glockex that are used to discuss overcoming obstacles in life:
It is the accompanying visual that arrives courtesy of JL Shot That and it starts off with the scene where you see the cops and the artist interact with each other. Aside from Lil Tjay performance, fans can see clips of him performing in a packed crowd, as well as recordings he made in his home studio.
He has released only one full-length album since his 2021 sophomore effort Destined 2 Win, a collection of 21 tracks featuring contributions from Polo G, 6LACK, Moneybagg Yo, Tyga, Saweetie, as well as others. In the first week of release, destined 2 Win reached the top five on the Billboard 200 chart with 62,000 equivalent album units sold.
Besides his own music, Lil Tjay has been featured on a number of other recent collaborations, including, “World Watching” featuring Fivio Foreign, “Hot Winter Freestyle” with Gucci Mane, “The Jackie” by Bas featuring J. Coleand “Gangsta Boo” featuring Ice Spice.