Gucci Mane signee Pooh Shiesty joins Florida native GlitchMan in the 300 Visions-directed clip for “Exotic.” The small screen interpretation of the DirtySosa & Lukrative-produced quickstrike finds the buzzing collaborators smoking gas while flexing cash and has already garnered 1M+ views in a few short weeks.
As a youth, the Orlando native was influenced by the likes of Chicago drill staple Chief Keef as well as slain rap acts L’A Capone, Lil Snupe, Young Pappy, and Speaker Knockerz. At age 16 his love for music evolved from casual fan to full blown street poet leading him to release his first single “Never Change,” and lose all interests in traditional schooling, resulting in his expulsion from high school.
With more time to focus on his craft, he began to gain local notoriety after dropping a string of loosies including “DayOne” and the JayDaYoungan-assisted cut “Throw Away.” In 2017, he made his Worldstar debut with the strategically titled visual for “Boonk Gang” and continued to grow his core fan base. The following year, Lil Mosey discovered Glitch on Soundcloud which resulted in them collaborating on “Off the Xan.” Later that year, Glitch went on tour with Lil Mosey and continued to record and build his network, expanding his catalogue by doing records with JGreen and 9lokkNine.
Check out the music video for “Exoctic” below and expect more content dropping from the rising talent to drop soon.
@KeenonRush shares ‘Makes Sense’ video
Keenon Rush’s exciting new video for “Makes Sense” is a story that needs to be told. He’s a sleazy businessman who gets away from the cops and in the midst of the hubbub, he takes us back to the beginning to show the descent to madness. His sharp new song’s ethereal energy is something that you won’t want to miss.
Check out “Makes Sense” below.
viisi’s “Down” is what you need to watch
Canadian native viisi releases a brand new music video for his song, “Down,” produced by F E R R O. The Martin LaFreniere-directed shot features unique cinematography that swaps several different backdrops throughout. From mini golf, to cityscapes, to dreamy carousels, the settings subtly depict various date locations, however viisi is pictured on his own. The lyrics cite the lies told when attempting to keep a failing relationship alive. The bittersweet feeling of being alone in places that once held memories is symbolic of a past behind him and a juncture of reflection and introspection.
@lyricaanderson drops “Act A Fool” video
Following the release of “Marriott,” R&B sensation Lyrica Anderson liberates the official music video for her Ayo N Keyz-crafted single “Act A Fool.” Taken off her soon to be released album ‘Bad Hair Day,’ the NSFW clip – which has already amassed over 1M+ views on YouTube – finds the Grammy-nominated songwriter-songstress confronting a two-timing love interest at his place of business.
With a diamond encrusted baseball bat in hand and a blood red trench wrapped around her shapely figure, she makes her way past the front desk. After getting handsy with a few of his co-workers, she b lines towards the culprit’s office simultaneously removing her coat; only to reveal she has nothing underneath it. Determined to humiliate him, Lyrica bashes Mr. Wrong’s computer in and shoves all his important papers to the floor before cursing him out completely nude. “So if you wanna act a fool, Baby I can act up too.”
Check out the steamy video below.