It has been almost three months since King Vaughan’s tragic death in an Atlanta nightclub. Since then, the Chicago-born rapper has been remembered in many ways, including an appearance on the cover of Lil Durk’s most recent project sound. Vaughan can also be heard in a posthumous appearance on Pnb Rock’s track “Rose Gold”, which now has a new video.
It occupies PNB Rock in the late rapper’s Parkway Gardens neighborhood, which Vaughn often refers to as O’Block. The high point in the video comes during King Vaughn’s poem, in which his crew appears and creates a heated moment in honor of the late Chicago rapper. In the song Vaughn also says of Vaughn, “Before I die, they’ll be in these streets to ‘remember me / / stay’ and in the heat of the abyss, no enemy is yelling.” The legacy is expected to be exposed.
The track closed shortly after King Vaughan’s team shared a posthumous video for “Armed and Dangerous” Welcome to o’clock Mixtape. Vaughan was also honored in Lil Durk’s “Still Trappin” scene.
You can watch the video for “Rose Gold” above.
Pnb Rock is a Warner music artist. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.