Stunna 4 Vegas takes us to “Choppa Town” in his latest video
The clip can be found on the rapper’s new album ‘Welcome To 4 Vegas.’
Last month, Stunna 4 Vegas unveiled his third studio album Welcome To 4 Vegas, which saw 13 hard-hitting cuts and features from DaBaby, Ola Runt, Toosii, and Murda Beatz. Today, the North Carolina star liberates a new video for “Choppa Town,” which is produced by ISM and acts as an ode to Stunna’s extensive arms collection:
“I love how that chopper sound, we love them choppers’ sounds, welcome to chopper town, ay bitch, we ain’t with no fuck around, catch him slippin’, gun him down, shit sound like a thunderstorm, we let off a hundred rounds
Welcome to chopper town, uh-huh, chopper city, lil’ bitch, I’m livin’ risky, we leave him smellin’ like fishy, he lay, he go against me/”
Directed by Gemini Vision, the video shows Stunna 4 Vegas both on the streets with his crew, as well as a big residence with plenty of artillery, stacks of money, and more. Much like previous video drops, Stunna 4 Vegas gets straight to the point with bringing his street subject matter to reality.
Welcome To 4 Vegas counts as Stunna 4 Vegas’ second body of work this year. Back in February, the Billion Dollar Baby artist released RICH YOUNGIN, which boasted 12 tracks and assists from Lil Baby, Blac Youngsta, Offset, and more. His debut LP, the well-received BIG 4X, made landfall the prior year.
Along with DaBaby, Stunna 4 Vegas makes for one of the few artists in hip hop who have managed to perform for fans in spite of the Coronavirus pandemic. This past summer, the Billion Dollar Baby collective headlined the weekend-long Headlights Festival in Chicago. The event’s success is partially thanks to pay-per-view platform FutureStream, who are expected to follow-up with other groundbreaking performances in the future.
Fans can press play on Stunna 4 Vegas’ “Choppa Town” video below.
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