/  03.31.2020


Stunna 4 Vegas is delivering some of the most high-energy music in hip hop right now. This past January, he dropped his second studio LP Rich Youngin, which has since spawned dope visuals for “Up The Smoke featuring Offset, “Lou Will,” “F***ing Up Freestyle” and the Lil Baby and DaBaby-assisted “Do Dat.” For his latest, he drops off a new clip for the Hollo-produced “On Fye,” which — you guessed it — is full of high-powered, ultra-violent bars fans have come to know the North Carolina emcee for:

“Hot, b***h, I’m on fire, I’ma run this s*** all the way up ‘til I die/

Play with me, he better not try to, or you came to get hit with that fire/

We deep like 300, Spartan, spark s*** like the Fourth of July/

Young n***a came from the apartment, I was broke, but still had the glick on my side/

A n***a keep slippin’, get hit on my side…/”

Directed by Dead Fly Films, the video is a trippy, special effects heavy experience that sees Stunna 4 Vegas jumping from the studio to the stage during one of his live shows. It’s another perfect example of both his brand and Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment, which is led by current hip hop frontrunner DaBaby.

In a recent interview with DJ Smallz, he spoke on why he keeps his music aggressive and animated:

“I’m up all the time… So, it’s up, I’d say it don’t go down. It’s probably neutral like, ‘Walk Up,’ ‘Russian,’ but I’m up on them, too, at the same time. I’m up on everything. It’s energy. I make energy music. I’m not a sad-ass rapper, feel me? Ain’t no girl break my heart. Sorry, I don’t make that type of music for y’all (laughs).”

You can check out “On Fye” below. Last month, he also dropped a collaborative single titled “Go Stupid” with NLE Choppa, Polo G and Mike WiLL Made-It, which has been catching fire since its release — you can check that out here.

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