NBA YoungBoy and T.I. Honor Clay Evans in New Music Collaboration ‘LLOGCLAY’

NBA Youngboy and T.I. have joined forces to pay tribute to the late Grand Hustle VP, Clay Evans, in their latest track, “LLOGCLAY.” Evans, a founding member of T.I.’s imprint and longtime manager of Lil Duval, passed away on March 24, 2023, following a massive stroke from which he never fully recovered.

In the poignant lyrics of the song, T.I. reflects on the loss, rapping, “But no more Clay, what kind of shit is that? Remember that/It don’t mean shit to be rich for life when you living wack/If your relationships ain’t still intact, give it back/And now my optics is watching my partner die in hospice.”

The track was unveiled by Jason Geter, T.I.’s former manager and Grand Hustle co-founder, in an emotional Instagram post where he reminisced about his time spent with Evans. Geter expressed his longing for their conversations and the camaraderie they shared, emphasizing the impact they made in the industry.

Following Evans’ passing, a wave of condolences poured in from artists whose lives had been influenced by his guidance. Renowned figures such as Diddy, 2 Chainz, Pusha T, Big Boi, Pharrell, Bun B, Jermaine Dupri, Waka Flocka Flame, Don Toliver, and others expressed their grief.

One of the heartfelt tributes came from Lil Duval, who recounted Clay Evans’ unwavering support during his recovery from a debilitating accident in 2022. Despite the challenges, Evans encouraged Duval to persevere, even if it meant performing in a wheelchair. Duval’s poignant words shed light on Evans’ humble nature and the profound impact he had on those around him.

The collaboration between NBA Youngboy and T.I. stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of Clay Evans, showcasing the power of music to immortalize memories and honor influential figures in the industry. “LLOGCLAY” serves as a poignant homage that resonates with fans and peers alike, reminding us of the indelible mark left by a remarkable individual.

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