Earlier this month, Young Crazy liberated his latest body of work Interstate 110, a nine-track offering that sees additional assistance from Lyrivelli, Luh Kiddo, Breezo2x, Yayo105, and more. For his latest, the Virginia talent unveils a new visual from said project for “No Wellin,” a Moye and Biggz-produced offering that sees him speaking on his grind and reaping the benefits of his success:

“I told them boys to get the bread, they act like they ain’t hear me, ain’t got a bag to your name, you can’t stand near me, ay baby, you ain’t tryna fuck? Then why you layin’ near me? I know some shit up in these streets that you can’t ask Siri, Bally belt hold the Glock, they don’t hold my pants, yea I want two Corvettes, but I don’t know the dance, and if you say that boy a rat, I don’t know the man, and plus the Uzi that I’m ridin’ with don’t shoulder dance…”


The accompanying clip is edited by Tre P, and looks to be a collection of footage showcasing a recent excursion to the beach, complete with Young Crazy, his crew, and a bevy of beauties. Simply put — if this video is any indication, then it’s going to be a lit summer for sure.

Interstate 110 follows last year’s Gin in the Pot, Young Crazy’s joint release with Pyrex Whippa, a well-known beatsmith who’s previously worked with the likes of Dreamville, DaBaby, Lil Yachty, Lil Keed, and more. Since then, Crazy’s profile has only continued to increase — his music has appeared on Pusha T’s HeirWave Radio and OVO Sound Radio in the past few weeks alone.

Press play on Young Crazy’s “No Wellin” video and, for those who missed it, Interstate 110. Also included are high quality visuals for “Shell Jumping,” a collaboration with Detroit’s Icewear Vezzo, and the Luh Kiddo-assisted “Yah Bastard!”