Youngs Teflon released a dope new track called Bar Codes in February. At the time, it appeared to be one of his standout tracks from the album All Eyes On Me Against The World. That EP did not include “Bar Codes” on its tracklist when it arrived the following month. However, the eight-song collection included vivid stories from Stardom, Teflon, Ramz, and Blade Brown in addition to his usual wide range of contributions to the project.
As part of Teflon’s remix of “Bar Codes,” which includes contributions from fellow South Londoner Giggs, Teflon brought back “Da Codes” for a remix. In general, the duo is heard rapping about street life over a creepy production composed by Louis Aura:
Along with “Da Codes,” “Bar Codes” is accompanied by a matching visual produced by Hood Projects which features Teflon and Giggs mobbing heavily in a variety of locations, including outside of Lazzat by Alek’s in Los Angeles. A description under the video indicates that All Eyes On Me Against The World will receive an official sequel.
“Da Codes” is not the only Youngs Teflon release of the past year. Moreover, they have released a single entitled “Gargoyles,” which may be the second single to be released from All Eyes On Me Against The World 2. Furthermore, he has contributed to top tier cuts such as Knucks‘ “Bible” and K-Trap “RRR” within the past year.