SNOT contemplates “Life” in new visual
The track is taken from $NOT’s ‘Beautiful Havoc’ project.
Back in October, $NOT unleashed his Beautiful Havoc album, and he has now shared the official video for his favorite song off it. The new visual is a change of pace from his prior visuals from the project for “Like Me” with iann dior and “Sangria” with Denzel Curry, two high-energy videos. For “Life,” $NOT goes with a more dark and somber tone for the visual to match his introspective bars:
Man, I hate this life, I can’t live this shit (Uh-uh)/ No bad bitch overseas, from the mountains or the black mist/ Yeah, money brings me happiness but I’m still sad as shit (Yeah)/ And I don’t know what it feel but I don’t think I could exist (Uh-uh)
In a world full of hate mixed with all of loneliness (Uh-uh) So point that gun to my hеad and watch my soul leave the skin/ And pеople askin’ me if I’m okay, doin’ fine (I’m okay) I’m okay with dyin’ in the field, then a peaceful place (Yeah)/ What I mean I don’t even see my self optimistic in a dream
$NOT teamed up with Denzel Curry for their aforementnioned “Sangria” single back in October, which served to prep fans for his then-forthcoming Beautiful Havoc project. The Omar Jones-directed video for “Sangria” takes both Florida emcees to the Lana River in Tirana, Albania. The Beautiful Havoc album arrived on Oct. 30th via 300 Entertainment.
Leading up to the drop, $NOT shared a with the Flo Milli-assisted cut “Mean,” and that cut arrived paired with a Cole Bennett visual. Since then, we’ve received a video for “Like Me” from the project. Beautiful Havoc is the follow-up to his March 2020 album TRAGEDY +, which featured hits like ”Beretta” ft. wifisfuneral and ”Moon & Stars” featuring Maggie Lindemann.
Be sure to press play on $NOT’s brand new “Life” music video down below.
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