The Counselor drops the first video from his highly anticipated albums “The D-Boy Diary Book 1 & The D-Boy Diary Book 2”.
Rap icon E-40 wastes no time in releasing a hot new video “Savage” featuring heavy hitters Jazze Pha and B-Legit. “The first time the word Savage was ever said in the way we are saying it now that I recall, was 1989 in a song by called Mr. Flamboyant where I said,
Become a SAVAGE/ get swole boat ones/ 20-inch arms establish one-hitter quitters/ the whole get down/ now run up on me now. I keep it original and relevant mane,” says The Counselor, E-40.
The visual features the dynamic trio toasting it up to the good life with eye candy, plush whips and Sluricane!
“E’40’s sound is always versatile but when we team up it’s a greenlight go … Savage has an uptempo dance floor beat if you ask me. The way Jazze Pha works the hook makes it catchy as a matter of fact, I sing it in my head all the time,” says B-Legit.
The new single video is a preview of what’s to come on the highly anticipated 42-track effort, The D-Boy Diary Book 1 & The D-Boy Diary Book 2, slated to drop on Nov. 18, 2016.
I pulled my verses from that savage idgaf lifestyle when a youngin got a pocket fulla cash, smoking good & drinking good and he feels like he can have it all! Makes me feel like I’m kinda reliving my past life on this song,” says Jazze Pha.
With features from Gucci Mane, Lil B, G-Eazy, Nef The Pharaoh, Droop-E, Jay Rock, Kid Ink, Mistah F.A.B., Eric Bellinger, Casey Veggies, AD, Joe Moses and more, this iconic project will mark E-40’s 26th and 27th solo releases.
E-40 continues to defy the odds with two Gold Plaques for Function and his hit single Choices in 2016! While maintaining an internationally acclaimed sound nearly four decades, E-40 also continues to enjoy success with his premium beverage collective; Sluricane, Earl Stevens Selections and of course, E-40 Beer.
“Savage” follows up E-40’s earlier releases including the recent “On One” featuring AD. Make sure you check out “Slappin” featuring Nef the Pharaoah and D.R.A.M., and the radio hit “Petty” featuring Kama