Despite having recently turned himself in to start his year long federal sentence, CMG lyricist Mozzy continues to make his presence felt dropping visuals for his latest track “Murder On My Mind.” Known for consistently cranking out quality content, “Murder On My Mind” is the sixth video off of the Oak Park native’s recently released studio album Survivor’s Guilt.
Mozzy had this to say regarding the theme of the Survivor’s Guilt album title, which is the rapper’s first studio album under his new partnership with Yo Gotti’s CMG.
”It feels like me being the last one left. Out-living my peers and the guilty consciousness of knowing I wasn’t dream-chasing this by myself. I was getting to it with a pack of wolves and those same loved ones are not here to be able to enjoy the fruits of their labor with me. I’ve been living the dream, but my people aren’t here to say the same. That’s the Survivor’s Guilt.” -Mozzy
“Murder On My Mind” is Mozzy’s open and honest verbal diary reminiscing on betrayals, past choices, and highlighting the sleepless nights where guilt and pride conflict creating a whirlwind of emotions that he holds back from displaying. It’s an expression of the weight of the spirit of death that haunts his thoughts. The heavy visuals follow Mozzy’s more turnt up single “In My Face” featuring YG, Saweetie and 2 Chainz, which has gained rapid popularity over the past few weeks.
Survivor’s Guilt follows Mozzy’s previous album Untreated Trauma which became his highest Billboard charting project to date (#19). Other releases from the new album include “If You Love Me,” “Open Arms, “Lurkin” featuring EST Gee, and “Tell The Truth” featuring Shordie Shordie. Mozzy has been a big focal point with his new CMG family appearing on Yo Gotti’s “Big League” anthem for the 2022 NBA Finals theme song with Moneybagg Yo and Lil Poppa, as well as his part in the CMG label compilation album Gangsta Art. His 2021 album Untreated Trauma also earned him his first Billboard Top 10 R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart slot sliding in at number 10 respectively.