Trippie Redd and PARTYNEXTDOOR take over the high seas in “Excitement” video
The song is taken from the forthcoming album ‘Pegasus.’
Back in May, Trippie Redd released his collaboration with PARTYNEXTDOOR titled “Excitement,” a R&B-styled cut that saw the two essentially pouring their hearts out to their respective lovers, Keith Sweat and Johnny Gill-style:
“Shawty, your body is so exciting, I love when you get on top and you ride it, only in your ocean, you call me Ho-seidon, in control of your water, you’re lovin’ my trident/
Sex ain’t the only thing that’s on my mind, but you get me so excited, woah, irreplaceable, tattoos from your neck that drop down to your ankles/
Droptop in the Range, shawty, you wanna feel good, I wanna feel good too, don’t I make you feel good? You get me so excited, babe…/”
Now, fans get to check out a cinematic visual for the track, which is directed by Aidan Cullen and sees the two on what looks like a trippy version of the Black Pearl, sailing over the ocean. While PARTYNEXTDOOR hangs with a bevy of beauties in the ship’s cockpit, Trippie can be found in a variety of different rooms — including one with moving walls and another covered floor to ceiling in nipples. Things get weirder at the end, when Trippie is then scene in a rowboat, picking up another women from a small desert island.
“Excitement” follows the previously released video for the Young Thug-assisted “YELL OH,” along with a visualizer for “Dreamer.” Speaking to HipHopNMore, Trippie Redd explained the meaning behind the forthcoming album Pegasus, which the songs are expected to land on:
“The symbolism of the Pegasus is, someone being a ride or die, whether it’s a girl, or your homies or whoever, that’s the ideal message between Pegasus. It’s like going through vibes of ride or die scenarios with you, or your homies or your girl, whatever. But that’s the whole balance between the term. That’s what it’s about.”
Press play on “Excitement” below.
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