Photo: Screenshot from ‘What It Do’ video
  /  01.04.2021

 

Time after time, Stunna 4 Vegas always gets to bring in the New Year in the best way he knows how: by celebrating his birthday, which is also on January 1. The Billion Dollar Entertainment rapper just dropped his new track “What It Do” with a new video that documents the celebratory day. The visual opens up with Stunna walking in on his own birthday celebration, filled with loves ones, a customized cake, and then him riding around enjoying his brand new gift as he raps his high-energy verse:

Ay, what it do? We talkin’ blicks I came with two. We talkin’ hoes, I got a few. I stay with that fire that’s something you knew. I love red, my money blue. Make a movie, make the news. We leave ‘em stressed, we don’t leave a clue. Bitch give me neck of what it do. Tick, tick, tick, boom. N***a play round in this bitch, gon die in this bitch, we bought so many rounds in the room.

Last November, decided to closed out the year in the same way he brought it in back in January, by dropping a new project for his fans to enjoy. Titled Welcome To 4 Vegas, the album sees 13 tracks and additional features from Toosii, Murda Beatz, Ola Runt, and Billion Dollar Baby head honcho DaBaby. To date, the album has also boasted music videos for “Gun Smoke,” “Play U Lay,” and “Choppa Town.” Before that was Vegas’ second studio album RICH YOUNGIN, which was released at the top of 2020. That body of work boasted 12 cuts and contributions from DaBaby, Blac YoungstaLil Baby, and Offset. His big debut, BIG 4Xmade landfall the prior year.

Be sure to watch Stunna 4 Vegas’ new music video for “What It Do” down below.

 

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