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Published on June 21st, 2024 | by Jameelah "Just Jay" Wilkerson


$NOT & Cochise – Hilarious

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Constantly experimenting and pushing himself to new limits, $NOT is one of the most innovative artists of his generation. Preparing to release his new album Viceroy next Friday, he shares “Hilarious” ft. Cochise, a single from the project. Produced by PRODUCER, “Hilarious” layers glistening synths and subsonic 808s, creating an energetic base for $NOT and Cochise to unleash their straight-faced smack talk. Following a flex-filled verse from Cochise, $NOT jumps in to affirm his untouchable status: “I’m off a couple drugs, put you in that Cybertruck / Smokin’ angel dust, these n****s cannot f*ck with us / Diamonds on my wrist, that sh*t just look like emo cuts / These n****s talkin’ all that sh*t, you know I give no f*cks.” In the “Hilarious” video, $NOT and Cochise rap outside a peaceful pool and on the roof of a secluded house, unfazed by the troubles of the outside world.

“Hilarious” arrives ahead of Viceroy, $NOT’s forthcoming album, coming this summer via 300 Entertainment. Viceroy will be the rapper’s first album since 2022’s acclaimed Ethereal, home to hit tracks like “Doja” ft. A$AP Rocky and “BENZO.” Viceroy promises to bring $NOT’s signature soundscapes and low-talking rhymes, seen on already-released tracks like the plugg-inspired “BULLY.”

“Hilarious” and the upcoming Viceroy set the stage for a busy year for $NOT, highlighted by his upcoming “Get Busy or Die Tour 2024,” his next headlining tour. Beginning in Orlando on July 24th, the tour spans 32 dates across the country, including shows in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and a hometown show in South Florida. The tour will feature support from Cochise, Fourfive, Baby Kia, Scarlet House, and 0500gcsy.

Last year, $NOT released two standout new singles: the defiant “Cruel World,” featuring a video directed by Chris Villa, who directed A$AP Rocky’s “RIOT (Rowdy Pipe’n)” and Ice Spice’s “In Ha Mood” videos, and “Easter Pink,” a laid back slapper with a psychedelic video of its own. The 300 Ent. signee spent much of the year on the road, highlighted by his headlining 33-date “Get Busy Or Die Tour.” With support from Night Lovell, Eem Triplin, and DC The Don, the fast-selling “Get Busy Or Die Tour” connected $NOT with fans from coast to coast – selling over 45,000 tickets.

As he toured and released new singles, $NOT continued to rack up streams on his formidable catalog, powered by fan favorites from his albums – TRAGEDY + (2019), Beautiful Havoc (2020), and Ethereal (2022): several of his songs earned RIAA certifications last year, including “Mean” (GOLD), “Gosha” (PLATINUM), “Tell Em” (2x PLATINUM) and “Beretta” (GOLD). Overall, the hoodie-clad rapper has generated over 2 billion total streams across platforms.

With Viceroy on the way, keep an eye on the young rapper as he continues to evolve into an icon on his own uncompromising terms.

Stream “Hilarious” ft. Cochise: https://snot.lnk.to/Hilarious

Watch “Hilarious” ft. Cochise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8azJJsbkmU

Get ticket to “Get Buy or Die Tour 2024”: https://snot.xyz/tour

“Get Busy or Die 2024” dates:
July 24 Orlando, FL
July 25 Fort Lauderdale, FL
July 26 St. Petersburg, FL
July 27 Atlanta, GA
July 28 Charlotte, NC
July 30 Silver Spring, MD
July 31 Philadelphia, PA
Aug 02 Brooklyn, NY
Aug 03 Boston, MA
Aug 06 Toronto, ON
Aug 08 Cleveland, OH
Aug 09 Cincinnati, OH
Aug 10 Detroit, MI
Aug 11 Chicago, IL
Aug 13 Minneapolis, MN
Aug 14 Omaha, NE
Aug 15 Denver, CO
Aug 17 Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 18 Boise, ID
Aug 21 Seattle, WA
Aug 22 Portland, OR
Aug 24 Sacramento, CA
Aug 25 San Francisco, CA
Aug 27 Los Angeles, CA
Aug 28 Anaheim, CA
Aug 31 San Diego, CA
Sep 02 Tempe, AZ
Sep 03 Albuquerque, NM
Sep 04 Oklahoma City, OK
Sep 05 San Antonio, TX
Sep 07 Dallas, TX
Sep 08 Houston, TX

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