Young Nudy drops animated visual for “Vice City”
The track sees production from Metro Boomin.
It’s been three years since Young Nudy unveiled his breakout project Nudy Land, which saw 13 tracks and features from Offset and Lil Yachty. Currently, he’s working on that project’s official sequel, and has already blessed his fans with new cuts like “Never” and “All White.” Today sees another dope single titled “Vice City,” a collaboration with Metro Boomin that sees Nudy in full-on street mode:
“FN in, f*** a n***a, hell no, don’t trust a n***a, you is not my brother, no trust in you, only thing that I trust put these slugs in you, and I’ve seen the worsest of the worst turn snitch, and I’ve seen the realest of the realest turn b***h/”
The accompanying visual is fully animated, with Nudy taking cues from the Grand Theft Auto video game series. The dark clip is filled with sheet-covered dead bodies, prison scenes, a Hellcat roaring through the streets, a piano-playing Metro Boomin, and more.
Prior to the aforementioned singles, Young Nudy dropped his official debut album Anyways…, which saw 16 cuts and no features, along with production from the likes of 20 Rocket, BLSSD, DJ Marc B, Jake One, Lamb, and Mojo Krazy. Last year, the Atlanta rapper dropped the mixtape Faded In The Booth and Sli’merre — the latter being a collaborative effort alongside producer Pi’erre Bourne.
“We were recording on the “I Am > I Was Tour” with 21 Savage. We would get off the tour bus, get to the hotel room, and we’d record in the hotel room. When we got done with touring in August, we went to L.A. in September for a week or two. That was the initial time we had a tracklist for Anyways. … We recorded in L.A. for seven days straight, 12-hour sessions. We were sleeping in the studio at one point.”
Press play on “Vice City” below.
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