NAV assists Lil Gotit in new “Burnt N Turnt” visual
The video is directed by Whipalo.
Earlier this week, Lil Gotit joined forces with NAV for their newest banger “Burnt N Turnt.” Shortly after, they released the official visual for it, and the new Whipalo-led video sees the duo vibing to the song while they’re taken through a series of stimulating surroundings. On the new track, NAV handles the opening verse after Gotit’s hook by sliding over a Based1 and Mike Hector-co-produced beat:
Burnt, but I’m turnt and I don’t wan’ go home (Oh)/ I popped a molly, lost both of my phones, shawty get hungry, my dick shе gon’ munch (Munch)/ Pinky ring pissy, I pop pills for lunch (Lunch) Stay with the slimiest, don’t play with us (Slatt)
Wiping your nose and wе calling your bluff, streams goin’ up, gettin’ paid is a must/ Hit my bloodstream and I’m feelin’ a rush (Let’s go) rockin’ baguetties, my diamonds stay wetty (Wet)/
Back in 2020, Lil GotIt blessed his fans with his latest project Hood Baby 2, an 18-track body of work that saw a slew of appearances from Gunna, Future, Lil Yachty, Guap Tarantino, and blood brother Lil Keed, among others. That same year also saw him teaming up with Keed, Lil Yachty, and Zaytoven for the collaborative effort A-Team, ensuring that GotIt served up more than enough tunes to keep his fans fed.
In terms of assists, most recently NAV can be heard handing guest verses out to fellow artists like AJ Tracey on his sophomore LP Flu Game and Rowdy Rebel’s “Jesse Owens” track. Last year, NAV dropped off his Emergency Tsunami project, which boasts 14 tracks and includes features from current favorites Gunna, Young Thug, Lil Baby, Lil Keed, and SahBabii. The same year, he also released his solo project Good Intentions.
Be sure to press play on Lil Gotit’s “Burnt N Turnt” featuring NAV down below.
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