Fresh off his “West Coast” performance with G-Eazy on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Blueface unleashes a video for his new single “Stop Cappin.”
Shot in downtown Los Angeles, the self-proclaimed “face of the West Coast” plays a janitor who mops the floors and hides the wet sign to catch an opp slippin’, a reference to his 2018 breakout single “Respect My Cryppin’.” He wades in pools of blood and rides alongside his Cash Money West boss Birdman in a drop-top Rolls-Royce.
“Stop cappin’ / I’m really poppin’ / How can I slip if I’m the one doing the moppin’?” raps Blueface on the West Coast banger.
Blueface is gearing up to release a new project, which is said to feature Drake, The Game, Mozzy, and Lil Pump. He can also be heard on French Montana’s new single “Slide.”