The Delinquents Drop Big Zeke-Produced “Flowers” Music Video Featuring Brownie Blendz

Last Year, Oakland, California’s very own The Delinquents, comprised of G-Stack and V-White, released their latest album, Authenticity, which featured an impressive lineup of producers including The Mekanix, E-A-Ski, Big Zeke of 80Seven Productions, and CMT. The album also boasted guest features from notable artists like Eddi Penthouse, Mistah F.A.B., Chris Lockett, and Brownie Blendz.

Building on the success of Authenticity, The Delinquents have been consistently delivering quality music to their fans. In September, they dropped the music video for “We Are Them,” featuring 4rax.

Now, as we embark on a new year, G-Stack and V-White have treated fans to another visual masterpiece. The music video for their latest single, “Flowers,” featuring Brownie Blendz and produced by Big Zeke, has just been released. This collaboration between The Delinquents and Big Zeke is a testament to their shared passion for creating impactful and memorable music.

Big Zeke, formerly known as Tha Politician, has been making a name for himself as a go-to producer in the industry. His many collaborations with V-White have resulted in several successful albums including Streets Can Vouch, Stimulus Package, and The Gas Station. In recent years, Big Zeke has expanded his reach, working with legendary artists such as Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Too Short, and E-40 of Mount Westmore, as well as Kokane, Suga Free, J-Dee of Da Lench Mob, and Brownie Blendz, among others. His production skills and ability to create infectious beats have solidified his status as one of the industry’s most sought-after producers.

The Delinquents, with their undeniable talent and impressive discography, have been making their mark on the music scene for years. Their previous projects, including Big Moves in 1997 and Bosses Will Be Bosses in 1999, featured collaborations with industry heavyweights such as Too Short, Richie Rich, Otis & Shug, and Mack 10. With each release, The Delinquents have consistently delivered captivating music that resonates with their audience.

As fans eagerly devour the latest visual offering from The Delinquents, it’s clear that G-Stack and V-White are at the top of their game. Their collaboration with Brownie Blendz and Big Zeke on “Flowers” showcases their ability to create infectious music, and deliver top-notch bars.