The Mingo Trail is comprised of two segments that run through Tulsa. It's on this trail that you'll see real nature. The trees vast and tall run along the trail. The wild life birds, squirrels, and pitbulls that have gotten loose. And then theirs the junkiez. Their trails of of broken glass bottles and syringes litter the ground as they lay unresponsive from their last fix. It's best to just not fuck with them. Adam The God is doing just this with the release of his latest video "I Can't FW Junkiez".
Adam The God is an artist from Tulsa, Oklahoma that is known for his colorful flow and his love for the city. It's on stage that he shines just as bright as the gold grill that he rocks. One part of the T-Town Boys, Adam The God and the T-Town Boys have been blazing their own trail and gaining a loyal fanbase along the way. It's local favorites like "Lipton" and "Oklahoma Natural Gas" that have helped Adam The God gain notoriety and an artist to look out for in 2019.
The track was produced by RXG7RKINT which starts out with a harp which becomes the main focal part of the beat. The harp has a very distinct sound that has been used throughout hip-hop in songs like The Clipse's "Ride Around Shining" and more recently Jay Critch, Famous Dex, and Rich The Kid's song "In My Coupe". But it's the hard hitting bass that brings the beat back to hip-hop and together creates the perfect trap symphony. Adam The God is clearly the conductor as he able to bend and contort words in a way that fills up bars in a puzzle piece of words that only he could solve and fit together. His skill and rapping ability has gotten him the respect from his peers rappers and from the culture. To put it simply. He's a rappers rapper. The track shows his ability to have fun and show his personality. But its lines like "I been runnin game and yea know I double lap em", that shows his ability to drop a dope bar.
The video was shot by King Spencer and takes part on the eastside of Tulsa. It's Adam The God in his element as seen in the pictured spray paint tag of on the Mingo Trail. Tulsa is in his blood and is on his back as he rocks local artist GxThree t-shirt and a King Spencer's "Tulsa Progression" t-shirt. It's this support he has for the city that is also reciprocated from his fans, his peers, and the venues. And just when you think the video is over and the song is going into the third chorus, the track slows as the purple drankin Houston Chopped & Screwed music begins to play. DJ Screw would be proud.
Checkout "I Can't FW Junkiez" below:
To find out more about Adam The God follow his social media below:
Facebook: @Adam The God "TwocupShakurTTB"
SoundCloud: @Adam The God