King Von’s ‘Armed and Dangerous’ music video posthumously released

The video, which was released earlier this week, has nearly 1.7 million views since going live.

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Rapper King Von, real name Dayvon Bennett, was associated with the Black Disciples’ O Block faction, which federal authorities say carried out rival rapper FBG Duck’s killing.

King Von’s music continues to resonate with fans and those who recently discovered his catalog.

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The latest music video of slain Chicago rapper King Von, “Armed and Dangerous,” was released posthumously Tuesday.

In the video, Von, 26, who was killed in a November 2020 shooting outside a club in Atlanta in the aftermath of his album release party, reflects on the moments in his life while being surveilled by police officers.

Watch the video here.

The video details one of the tracks from Von’s October 2020 album release, “Welcome to O’Block,” which was released two months before his murder. The video has nearly 1.7 million views since its release.

In death, Von’s music continues to resonate with fans and those who recently discovered his catalog.

King Von, whose real name is Dayvon Bennett, was a member of Lil Durk’s Only The Family record label. In the weeks after his death, Von charted four songs on Billboard’s Top 100.

His most-known track, 2018’s “Crazy Story,” has 29 million YouTube views to date.

Timothy Leeks, 22, was charged in November 2020 with King Von’s murder.

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