Blac Youngsta and Stunna 4 Vegas “Crash Out” in new visual
The collaboration is taken from Blac Youngsta’s latest release ‘Fuck Everybody 3.’
It’s been a few weeks since Blac Youngsta liberated his third studio album Fuck Everybody 3, the third installment of a series of mixtapes released in 2016 and 2018. The project saw 14 cuts and additional features from Lil Baby, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Durk, DaBaby, Swae Lee, Yo Gotti, 42 Dugg, and more. This week, he drops off a new visual from the project for “Crash Out,” which features Stunna 4 Vegas and sees the two delivering their best street raps over production from 606GUS:
“Hit the block, spin it one more time, caught my opps on the backstreet, took ‘em out and I hit ‘em one more time, I wish I could kill ‘em one more time, it’s all good ‘cause his mama sufferin’, she wish she could see him one more time/
Ridin’ in a steamer, bumpin’ bone-crusher any nigga try to come for mines, get whacked, young n***as in my hood, we don’t say, ‘Blood,’ n***a, we say ‘Blatt’/”
The visual comes courtesy of Dead Fly Productions and shows Blac Youngsta, Stunna 4 Vegas, and their respective crews in different locations, flashing a wealth of guns, jewelry, and more. Both Moneybagg Yo and DaBaby also make cameo appearances in the energetic clip.
Prior to Fuck Everybody 3, Blac Youngsta teamed up with Moneybagg Yo for the joint project Code Red, which saw 13 tracks and assists from Yo Gotti, 42 Dugg, City Girls, DaBaby, Pooh Sheisty, and more. The project proved to be a success, landing at the number six spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to 40,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. More recently, his collaborator Stunna 4 Vegas released a new album of his own titled Welcome to 4 Vegas.
Press play on Blac Youngsta and Stunna 4 Vegas’ “Crash Out” visual below.
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