Kay Flock enlists Set Da Trend from behind bars for new BX drill collab ‘DOA’

Bronx Drill frontrunner Kay Flock drops a new single with Set Da Trend from behind bars.

Despite being incarcerated since December, Kay Flock has managed to maintain his place atop the Bronx drill scene with consistent releases and big collabs. This time reuniting with one of his early collaborators, Set Da Trend, on their new single named after his collective, “DOA.”

While a leaked version of “DOA” has been floating around the internet for the past few months, this week it finally arrived officially on DSPs, and with it a new music video with right-hand-man Dougie B standing in for Flock alongside Setty. 

The newly released visual shows Dougie B and Setty, joined by a gang of familiar faces to Bronx drill fans and showing off their best sturdy dances moves — particularly the high-energy Dougie who’s known to be the life of the party.

It’s also worth noting the video was directed by Launch Team and Kaiyah Napri, who also masterminded the now-legendary “Brotherly Love” music video with Kay Flock, Dougie B and B-Lovee. The frenetic cuts and shifting color schemes are reminiscent of their iconic breakout hit, and perfectly match the ominous production by Struiss and Maniac.

The video also features a message from Kay Flock, calling in from jail to share a message to his fans: “Flock on the line… Free the real, F*ck the fake. DOA DOA DOA. I Love all y’all… I’ll be home real soon. EOS. Free the stompers. You know what’s up…”

Since he first caught fire early in 2021 following the release of “Brotherly Love” and solo tracks like “PSA” and “Is Ya Ready,” for better or worse Kay Flock’s name has been synonymous with the Bronx drill subgenre. His place at the front of the pack was all but confirmed when he dropped big collabs like “Not in the Mood” with Lil Tjay and Fivio Foreign and the “Being Honest” Remix with G Herbo.

This year, despite being behind bars, he has continued to carry the torch for the Bronx, bringing his borough’s signature sound to the world with even bigger collabs like “Make a Movie” with Fivio again and of course “Shake It” with Cardi B — in what was probably his most important co-sign yet.

Hopefully, Kay Flock will be able to overcome his current predicament so he can keep dropping hits and putting on for the Bronx. 

Watch Kay Flock’s “DOA” feat. Set Da Trend below


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