Polo G drops off new video for “RAPSTAR”
The Chicago star connects with social media sensation Einer Bankz for his latest.
Polo G continues to deliver top quality music to his fans, giving hope that a new body of work is on the way. His latest is the guitar-driven cut “RAPSTAR,” a collaboration with Synco and social media sensation Einer Bankz that sees him harmonizing about success, money, relationships, and more.
“Copped a BMW, new deposit, I picked up another bag, like fuck it, I’ma count while I’m in it, I hear planes flyin’, crowds screamin’, money counters, chains clangin’, shit, I guess that’s how it sound when you winnin’/
I ain’t jokin’, do it sound like I’m kiddin’? I been makin’ like two thousand a minute, so high up through the clouds, I was swimmin’/”
Directed by Arrad, the accompanying visual for “RAPSTAR” takes us through a series of events in Polo G’s current life. Following a quick cameo from a ukelele-wielding Bankz, Polo can be seen riding on a private jet, buying BMW’s for his crew, dealing with paparazzi, accepting a hip hop hall of fame award, and laying on the ground after being stabbed in the back by his love interest.
“RAPSTAR” follows the drops “Epidemic,” “GNF (OKOKOK),” and “Headshot,” a joint single with Lil Tjay and Fivio Foreign and eventually landed on Tjay’s recent release Destined 2 Win. Last year, Polo G liberated his sophomore LP The GOAT, which saw 16 tracks and additional contributions from Mustard, Juice WRLD, Stunna 4 Vegas, NLE Choppa, Mike WiLL Made-It, Lil Baby, and BJ The Chicago Kid. The project was a massive success, peaking at number two on the Billboard 200 thanks to 99,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week out. The album has since earned Polo a well-deserved Platinum plaque.
Press play on Polo G’s “RAPSTAR” video below. Hopefully, a new full-length project sits somewhere on the horizon.
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