/  04.26.2021


This past weekend, Moneybagg Yo liberated his fourth studio LP A Gangsta’s Pain, which boasts 22 tracks with additional features from Kaash Paige, Future, Polo G, Lil Durk, Jhené Aiko, and Pharrell Williams. One standout from the project is the previously released single “GO!,” which sees Moneybagg and fellow Memphis star BIG 30 rapping about their wealthy lifestyles:

“Not you ‘posed to be gangster, but salty ‘bout the ho, how the fuck my artist bigger than your CEO? Why the hell she know I’m toxic but still fuck with me? It’s plentiful right now, I’m still pouring on a pint of VPrezi’/

Rolex, emerald cut, still ain’t seen a watch like this jaunt, all white guts, bitch can’t sit in here on her time of the month, plain Jane shirt, but it’s a stack ‘cause it say Saint Laurent/”

Today, “GO!” gets the visual treatment courtesy of BenMarc, which begins with Moneybagg and 30 enjoying an intimate pool party of sorts at a lavish residence with a bevy of beautiful women. After making a friendly wager, the two then hit the streets in their matching whips for a race through the city. Unfortunately, the short clip ends before a victor is revealed.

A Gangsta’s Pain follows last year’s Time Served, a 15-song body of work with assists from Lil Baby, DaBaby, Summer Walker, Fredo Bang, and Megan Thee Stallion. The top ten release also saw a deluxe edition with seven new tracks and contributions from BIG 30, Rylo Rodriguez, and more. In addition to his solo release, 2020 also saw Moneybagg team up Blac Youngsta — another Memphis star — for the joint effort Code Red, a 13-track offering with additional features from the likes of Yo Gotti, 42 Dugg, City Girls, and Pooh Shiesty.

Press play on Moneybagg’s “GO!” video below.

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