The 21-year-old emcee releases the music video a few days after he was pulled over by cops on East 183rd Street in the Fordham Heights section of New York.

AceShowbiz - Lil Tjay celebrates his release from prison with new music. On Thursday, January 19, The Bronk native unleashed a new single called "Clutchin My Strap" along with its official music video.

The visuals features footage of Tjay's recent gun possession arrest. The 21-year-old can be seen being escorted by police officers to their car while he's being handcuffed. There are also clips of the emcee performing on the stage and on the street at night.

"Hunger in my body, I got pain in my blood/ Nothin' average 'bout me, I done got it out the mud/ Really I'm a young thug runnin' off some drugs/ Millies in my bank account, so I done made it flood," he raps in the chorus. "Of course, I won't never go back/ Old life, that was so whack/ Still gotta move tact/ Got PTSD, clutchin' my strap."

Tjay was pulled over by cops on East 183rd Street in the Fordham Heights section of New York on Monday afternoon. Reports suggest he was inside a car with four other people during the traffic stop.

Upon searching the vehicle, law enforcement officials found two loaded guns. It was unclear why police pulled him over and searched the vehicle in the first place. Tjay and one of his friends were subsequently taken into custody and are facing charges for an alleged weapons violation.

It was unveiled that Tjay was headed for the shooting of Ice Spice's music video when he was pulled over. Earlier that day, he confirmed his schedule as he posted on his Instagram Story, "Video shooot today lol it's litt."

The rhymer, born Tione Jayden Merritt, was arraigned in Bronx Criminal Court on Wednesday and ordered to be held on a $90,000 bond and $30,000 cash bail. He was finally let go from jail after paying his bail.

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