Stunna 4 Vegas connects with Jake Paul in “Play U Lay” video
The ‘Welcome to 4 Vegas’ cut also features Ola Runt.
Not long after Nate Robinson’s unfortunate loss to Jake Paul, the country began doing challenges that mimicked Robinson’s being asleep post-knockout. Then, even Jake Paul got in on the fun by dropping a social media clip of his own featuring DaBaby and Stunna 4 Vegas. Now, it’s apparent why the trio were together in the first place — Stunna 4 Vegas created a new music video for his latest single “Play U Lay,” which features Ola Runt.
Produced by Pooh Beatz and Go Grizzly, 4 Vegas and Ola Runt keep the subject matter for the streets over the booming bassline:
“I put monkey necks on the AR, I tryna knock off the opps off the radar, thesе n***as washed up like J-R, know thesе n***as my sons like J-R/
Draw guns, n***a, let’s have a face-off, she fun size, she let me fuck her face raw, and we ball hard, like we in the playoffs, tap the gas, whip sound like a race car/”
Directed by DaBaby and shot by Gemini Vision, Stunna 4 Vegas can be seen both riding around with Jake Paul in a luxury whip and flexing jewelry in his residence — unfortunately, Ola Runt doesn’t appear due to an apparent incarceration. In one scene, several others do the Nate Robinson challenge, laying out in different areas while wearing boxing gloves. Very brutal.
“Play U Lay” follows the previously released visual for “Gun Smoke” and is taken from Stunna 4 Vegas’ new album Welcome to 4 Vegas. The North Carolina star’s third studio LP boasts 13 tracks and additional features from DaBaby, Toosii, and Murda Beatz. The album also acts as the official follow-up to January’s Rich Youngin, which landed Stunna 4 Vegas within the top 40 of the Billboard 200 during its first week of release.
Press play on “Play U Lay” below.
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