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If “by any means” was a person, it’ll be Bobby Fishscale. The Florida native comes through with his second single from his upcoming project, The Last Re-Up. Earlier this year, he dropped “Blue Cheese” and “No 9 to 5.” Now he calls on veteran Brick Squad rapper, PeeWee Longway, to score from his assist.

Fishscale chooses to inspire on his newest release. The full-time hustler encourages listeners to “grind till your wrist froze.” While a frozen wrist is synonymous for jewelry, it serves as a metaphor for financial achievement, freedom and stability. The Roc Nation signee also narrates his story.

“I done got rich off my momma being broke, my grandma walked so much she got cramps in her toes. She aint never had a car now I can cop a lamb.”

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With a new lifestyle underway following his deal, Bobby Fishscale can finally support his family the way he wants to.

Peewee Longway graces the song with a veterans presence. His witty lyrics displays how seamless he fits on the track. “Wrist Froze” is set to keep Fischale’s audience occupied until the release of his upcoming project.

He has also received co-signs from fellow Floridians Kodak Black, Sniper Gang and Rod Wave, showing the galvanized support of his home base. The Last Re-Up is set to drop on Friday, August 7.

Until then peep, “Wrist Froze” below.

Courtesy of Avery “MsArtistry”