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Published on June 30th, 2020 | by Jerry Doby


IDK Shares Mesmerizing Video for “End Of Discussion” (Feat. PnB Rock)

Today, critically-acclaimed rapper/producer IDKshares a unique lyric video for “End Of Discussion” [feat. PnB Rock], from his new project IDK & Friends 2 (BASKETBALL COUNTY: In The Water Soundtrack) viaClue/Warner Records. It’s mesmerizing to say the least. Watch it HERE. The soundtrack features some of the DMV region’s most prolific artists, including Wale, Rico Nasty, XanMan, Alex Vaughn, and more, with stellar production from various creators such as Ronny J, Juicy J, DJ Money, and IDK. Check out the full tracklisting below and get the soundtrack HERE.

IDK serves as composer, producer, and music supervisor for Kevin Durant’s documentary BASKETBALL COUNTY: In The Water. He paved the way for the soundtrack with a string of bangers. Most recently, “Mazel Tov” [feat. A$AP Ferg] drew widespread acclaim from ComplexConsequence of Sound, and more. UPROXX observed, “IDK leads the way with a slap for Uncle Sam and a dap for his accountant before lending the mic over to A$AP Ferg.”

The album boasts a legendary cast of guests. IDK and Juicy J lock into an unbreakable bounce on “Square Up,” while “Bulletproof” [feat. Denzel Curry & Maxo Kream] lives up to its name with irrefutable rhymes and a shatterproof hook. The DMV’s foremost hip-hop ambassador Wale blesses the finale “Live For It” with raw wisdom, matching IDK’s infectious energy.

  1. “Omerta”
  2. “Riley” [feat. XanMan]
  3. “Mazel Tov” [feat. A$AP Ferg]
  4. “Square Up” [feat. Juicy J]
  5. “Bulletproof” [feat. Denzel Curry & Maxo Kream]
  6. “End of Discussion” [feat. PnB Rock]
  7. “Tooth Fairy” [feat. Ronny J]
  8. “495” [feat. Rico Nasty, Big Block, Big Jam, & Weensy]
  9. “Live for It” [feat. Wale]


IDK (Ignorantly Delivering Knowledge) is an innovator with few equals. The Maryland-raised rapper and producer subverted genre tropes with his 2015 debut project SubTrap, a nuanced and inventive exploration of the intersection of drug dealing and addiction. Since then, he’s continued to make unprecedented moves both in and outside of the studio. After becoming the first artist to premiere an album with Forbes (2016’s money-minded Empty Bank), he partnered with Adult Swim to release 2017’s IWasVeryBad, which featured everyone from DOOM to Chief Keef. Is He Real?, IDK’s major-label debut, is an ascent to another creative plateau. Released jointly via Warner Records and IDK’s new label venture Clue, Is He Real? features rapping, singing, and production from the Prince George’s County native that’s unlike anything he’s done before.


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