YG is staying true to his gang ties with his visual display for catchy blood anthem “Suu Whoop.”
Last month, Compton based rapper YG announced that his next album was on the way dubbed Stay Dangerous, which is a companion to his 2016 record Still Brazy.
As a promotional proposal into what’s expected YG riled up fans with a new music video for his lead single “Suu Whoop,” as the countdown for the newly announced LP begins.
Already gaining popular controversy around prior singles off of Still Brazy such as his anti-Trump canticle “FDT,” “Why You Always Hatin?,” which features Drake, and Kamaiyah, “Twist My Fingaz,” and “I Got A Question,” featuring Lil Wayne, the 28-year-old rapper is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to breaking out in popularity with underrated songs amid the hip-hop scene.
YG also made an appearance on Nipsey Hussle’s single”Last Time That I Checc’d,” which surpassed seven million views in just a month.
— YG (@YG) February 24, 2018
The gang-affiliated track is represented perfectly in coherence with the lyrics in “Suu Whoop,” which starts off like an old grainy film reel, with a crinkling credit introduction and black and white footage of an angry man charging into the spotlight.
Throughout the broadcast which was directed by GoodBoyShady the scenes continuously transition from black and white to crimson-red LED lights overcasting YG and his squad who are seen busting moves on the street corners and hanging out in an underlined red-white Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon.
The classic B&W scenes however show what seems to be a brutal underground boxing match in which members are placing bets on winnings.
Between fights breaking out, games, and one big dance party the video offers a little bit of everything, but it also provokes the feeling that leaves viewers feeling the wrathful force through their screens.
The single is available everywhere now here.
As of press time there is no set date for the album’s release.
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Watch: YG Suu Whoop