Casanova continues to stay consistent musically. Last year, the New York star delivered his official debut album Behind These Scars, which saw ten tracks and features from Fabolous, Gunna, Young Thug, past tour mate Chris Brown, and even London star Giggs. This week, he reaches back to said album to drop off a new visual for the track “Woah,” which features Jeremih and sees the two collaborators talking that money talk over ZALE and Beat Butcha’s crisp production:
“Should I pull up in that Bugatti, ‘cause I heard you pulled up in that ‘rari/
And you pulled up with your best friend, heard y’all got it lit inside the party/
100 for the watch, gun inside my socks, walked up in the spot like everybody taking shots/
Shots shots, is we f***in or we not? But babygirl you nothin’ like a thot…/”
The accompanying visual sees Casanova and Jeremih in a warehouse performing around beautiful women, money, and cars. Previously, he dropped videos from Behind These Scars for “So Drippy,” the runaway hit “So Brooklyn,” “Jail Call,” “Live,” and “Knock Knock,” which also featured a cameo from DJ Akademiks.
In related news, Casanova also found himself in a bit of controversy due to his initial thoughts on the global Coronavirus pandemic and subsequent calls for social distancing. Simply put, he wasn’t letting anything stop his money flow:
“About four thousand to cut this grass… As long as this grass needs cutting, as long as I got to pay child supports, as long as I got to pay lawyer fees, I’m the f*** outside. I’m not violating corona. … I’m working. I’m busy.”
Following some backlash, he doubled down on his stance during an apparent music video shoot:
Soon after, “The Breakfast Club” responded in an attempt to properly education Casanova on why it’s important to work together against the pandemic. He then apologized, explaining how a visit to the hospital opened his eyes to the crisis at hand:
Now that’s everyone’s inside, fans can press play on “Woah” below.