Gunna assists A. CHAL for new “Hollywood Love” video
The song originally dropped in May, and fans have patiently been waiting for a visual since.
Gunna and A. CHAL originally linked up back in May to deliver their collab track “Hollywood Love.” Right during the final days of the year, the two joined forces to concoct a visual for the song, which features a dessert setting, horses, and a buttery smooth feature from Gunna:
This money got me having my way, driving to the moon hittin’ gas all brakes. Fucking in the room and out of state. Her pussy just like food, before I eat it it’s in my grace. Mmm, we done came a long way. I just threw a penthouse suite we done came a long way. You might as well come over cuz we gon’ fuck anyway. I call you when I’m lonely be my company for space. She told me if I drink with her then I don’t gotta chase. I told her if I’ll be wit her she gotta earn her place. 2019 Bentley truck that shit all in they face.
“When I made this song it felt like beautiful decay, wrote A. CHAL about his inspiration behind the feel for the video. “I Imagined LA the city of dreams burning while we cruised through it.” The visual opens up with A. CHAL riding through the dessert on a majestic horse, and later on Gunna joins him in a separate setting with chains draping all around them. The video closes with A. CHAL’s surroundings going up in green flames as he explained.
Gunna dropped his album WUNNA back in May and kept his foot on the gas since. He delivered the deluxe version of his chart-topping album, and recently shared the visuals for “200 FOR LUNCH,” “WUNNA FLOW” featuring Yak Gotti, “DOLLAZ ON MY HEAD” featuring Young Thug, “DIRTY DIANA” and more.
Check out A. CHAL’s new music video for “Hollywood Love” featuring Gunna down below.
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