Toosii shares new video for “Right Now”
Toosii shares visual for “Right Now,” a single off his project dropping this Friday.
After dropping the song on Friday (Sept. 11), Toosii is back to deliver the official visual for his newest single “Right Now.”
The video, directed by Edgar Esteves, is set in a grand mansion as Toosii raps his melodic bars while being surrounded by beautiful women. Director Esteves took to Instagram to share kind words about his experience shooting the video and working with Toosii.
“Learning and understanding that everyone has their own path in life and if you happen to come by artists like Toosii who put in work, bring value and simply show up every time, appreciate them!” he writes. “I choose to surround myself with hungry individuals who want to be great.”
“Right Now” is the new single from Toosii’s Poetic Pain, which will be released this Friday, Sept. 18, via South Coast Music Group. Toosii shared the official tracklist for the album, confirming a feature from Lil Durk. He also recently released a single with R&B singer Summer Walker titled “Love Cycle.”
Earlier this year in February, Toosii dropped his project Platinum Heart and gifted fans with the deluxe version as well. Platinum Heart (Deluxe) charted at No. 2 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums tally and also entered the Billboard 200.
Watch the new video for “Right Now” below.
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