Released on the Lyrical Lemonade imprint of Def Jam Records, the official video for the song — which dropped on Thursday (December 7) — was directed by Cole Bennett and features the two rappers trading fire bars.
“Have you ever looked around and felt a profound sense of pride?/ Have you ever spoken something into existence or do you just talk about other people’s lives?/ Stop giving me advice,” spits Harlow.
Dropping in from across the pond, Dave continues this clever and catchy line of questioning as he probes, “Have you changed your climate?”
“Stop Giving Me Advice” is the fourth single and video directed by Bennett to promote the forthcoming Lyrical Lemonade album, All Is Yellow. While the project isn’t set to arrive until January 26, 2024, exclusive, limited-edition box sets, vinyl and merch can be found in the new All Is Yellow superstore.
Dave has made headlines since way back in 2021, when he was announced as one of the headliners for the Reading & Leeds Festival, making him the youngest to ever headline the event at just 23 years old.
“It’s a massive honor, especially to be in the company of other legends that are headlining,” Dave told Complex at the time. “To headline a festival of that magnitude and size, I think, is an interesting challenge to do over two dates in two different parts of the UK.”
The “Location” rapper said he views his headline slot as a “completely different challenge and experience.” HipHopDX’s 2021 Rapper of the Year nominee added he wants to surprise fans and craft an experience that’s “completely shaped and focused around the amount of time I’m on stage.”
As for Jack Harlow, he recently got roasted for an underwhelming halftime appearance at a Thanksgiving-time football game between the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers.
The Kentucky native, who has a fondness for the Motor City and its football team, was widely ridiculed for what many viewers thought was a lackluster performance.
With the home team down 23-6 at the break, Harlow took center stage for a brief medley that included his Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper “First Class” and “Whats Poppin.”
One viewer even branded the performance the “worst halftime show ever.”