If you missed it, or just want to give it another play, watch that performance below. "New album coming very very very very very soon," Q promised towards the end of the clip. Q's last album was 2016's Blank Face LP. The project boasted features from Jadakiss, E-40, Kanye West, Miguel, and others
Up top, catch the newly released official visualizer for the track.
"Chopstix" follows the release of Schoolboy's "Numb Numb Juice." The track, as well as an accompanying music video, was released last month.
Prior to the drop of "Chopstix," Schoolboy addressed the death of Nipsey Hussle and why he initially refrained from publicly posting about the rapper. "In my dm telling me 2 speak on Nipsey... f*ck y think I been doin," Q wrote. "Same n*ggahz that call they self rap fans be calling n*ggahz wack and all that smh. I also neva said Mac's name. This is real life brah. Sum shit not for IG... Posting rip next 2 Mac's name doesn't do nuthing for me, it does sumthin for u. I grieve in real life not here."
Schoolboy Q response to folks DMing him to talk about Nipsey. Respect. Let people grieve how they grieve. 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/LFDmbtQxb6— Ky, The Creator. (@hausofky) April 3, 2019
Ultimately, Hussle's tragic death inspired Q to refrain from releasing new music last week, which was when fans originally expected "Chopstix" to arrive. In fact, some streaming services pushed the track to listeners on its presumed original release date last week but quickly fixed the move.
"I'm not putting nothing out this week, like, no," Q told fans at the time. "Nobody should be puttin' nothing out this week. I don't even know how to do these types of videos, dawg. I'm just giving y'all the real shit. I don't wanna put no music out this week."