Moneybagg Yo, BIG30, and Pooh Shiesty link up for “SRT” video
The track can be found on their recent joint project ‘Code Red.’
Following the momentum of his Code Red project release, Moneybagg Yo dropped the visual for “SRT,” the project’s finale track featuring BIG30 and Pooh Shiesty. Code Red, his joint surprise-release with Blac Youngsta, just dropped last week on Sept. 18 and included features from Yo Gotti, 42 Dugg, City Girls, DaBaby, and more.
In his verse in “SRT,” BIG30 references a 2000’s classic film:
“Don’t put no K behind that C, one to the face, you diss CG. Had to whack his a** regardless, give a f**k about no payment. Think we played off Stomp The Yard, we steady steppin’ on the daily. Twenty-thousand in these pockets, these Amiris, ho’ done ate it.”
Blac Youngsta and Moneybagg Yo also shared a visual from another collab track already, “Super Hot”. Earlier this year, Moneybagg released the deluxe release of Time Served back in May, and recently dropped a remix of one of the project’s hottest tracks. The Memphis rapper enlisted the City Girls and DaBaby for a fired up remix of “Said Sum” that came out earlier this month.
In an interview with REVOLT back in April, Moneybagg Yo said he was going to release multiple projects this year, and the conversation aged well as he kept up with that promise. Elsewhere in the interview, he shared some wisdom about ownership and having other business ventures:
It’s important because you’ve got your old fans, you know — people that only rock with you – so you’ve got to show them a new side to you and your brand, you know what I’m saying? And then, you’ve got to let everyone know what you got goin’ on, so they can vibe to it. So, you’ve got to have your own stuff [besides the music], period.
Watch the new video for “SRT” by Moneybagg Yo, BIG30, and Pooh Shiesty.
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