My Favorite Color is a rapper’s rapper, dropping bars that inspire rap hands and stank faces from all who hear. Floating above triumphant horns during his latest lyrical exercise, My Favorite Color shares “Dead It,” a new video single. Produced by DV, “Dead It” finds the rapper born Anthony Willis ready to start fights with anyone who stands in the way of his goals. In the video, My Favorite Color wakes up and chooses violence, hopping out of bed and rhyming into a dangling microphone. The backgrounds cycle between a warm Dodger blue and a bright yellow, possibly representing his twin hometowns of Pittsburgh and Los Angeles. “Dead It” arrives hot on the heels of “Frustrated,” the rapper’s first new release of 2022, which came with a hard-hitting, Jack Rotter-directed music video. My Favorite Color is currently hard at work on his next project, a wide-ranging effort that properly continues the story he started with Velma. Stay tuned for much more music and eye-popping videos from My Favorite Color in the coming weeks and months on the road to the new album.