Lil Tjay has just unleashed the video for "Zoo York" featuring Fivio Foreign and the late Pop Smoke. Taken from the 19-year-old Bronx native's State of Emergency mixtape, the track sees him adopting the sound of Brooklyn drill.
The video features Lil Tjay and Fivio Foreign surrounded by a crowd, while Pop Smoke only appears via archival footage. With plenty of flashing lights and lots of energy, the video for the song captures the immediacy of the track itself.
Lil Tjay found himself in the middle of a beef with A Boogie wit da Hoodie and the Highbridge crew earlier this month, but he decided to take a step back from the conflict when he later apologized. The drama came just as he geared up to release the State of Emergency mixtape, which featured appearances from Jay Critch, Jay Gwuapo, and Sleepy Hallow.
Shortly after Pop Smoke died, Lil Tjay paid tribute to his good friend with the track "Forever Pop." On the track, he rapped about how the rapper's death impacted him. "I still can't comprehend this shit, it hit me in the heart," he rapped.
Watch the video for "Zoo York" above.