YG and Mozzy take back what they’re owed in new “Gangsta” video
The track is take from their freshly released ‘Kommunity Service’ project.
Just last night, YG and Mozzy unveiled their collaboration project Kommunity Service. Equipped with 10 tracks and previously released singles like “Bompton To Oak Park” and the Blxst-assisted “Perfect Timing,” the new body of work encompasses both of the artists’ respective strengths. The wasted no time providing more visuals, and next up is the official video for the intro track “Gangsta.”
The new Suj-directed visual for “Gangsta” paints the picture of the two rappers getting to the bag by any means necessary complete with a cameo by hood classic movie favorite De’Aundre Bonds aka Stacey from The Wood and Skully from FX’s hit show Snowfall. For the project, YG and Mozzy went through their roster of fellow talented artist homies to call on some thorough features for contributions: G Herbo, Young M.A, Ty Dolla $ign, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Tyga, Blxst and more.
YG can most recently be heard alongside Big Sean for their “Go Big” single on the nComing 2 America soundtrack. He also rounded up his artists Day Sulan and D3 for their brand new collab project 4Hunnid Presents: Gang Affiliated in March. Preceding the EP’s official release, fans were able to get a taste of the project from the visuals for “Bailar” and “Hit Em Up.”
In terms of other recent collabs, Mozzy can be heard on Kalan.frfr’s recent “No Love” track and linked up with YFN Lucci in the official music video for “Rolled On.” Shortly after, Mozzy returned yet again to deliver a brand new song and visual of his own, “Neva Said It” and Mozzy enlisted Blxst for his introspective single “Keep Hope.” Back in May, Mozzy released Beyond Bulletproof, his fifth studio album, which featured artists like Polo G, Shordie Shordie, and Eric Bellinger and peaked at #43 on the Billboard 200. He then dropped a follow-up project Occupational Hazard shortly after.
Be sure to press play on YG and Mozzy’s brand new video for “Gangsta” down below.
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