Earlier this month, Toosii unveiled his latest body of worth Thank You For Believing, a 13-track offering with additional features from Latto, DaBaby, and Key Glock. This week, he delivers a new visual from said project for “red die,” which sees production from D. Major and PlutoBrazy. The track is essentially an ode to his crew, his city, and his relationships:
“This what they been asking for, I’ma give ‘em what they want, street nigga ain’t a real nigga, be real with her, get what you want, death come in threes so when Sneak died, who the other two? Sometimes I wonder, if he had fame, what would my brother do, why it seem like my city hate me?”
The clip comes courtesy of NoRatchetss, and starts with Toosii and his homie showing off money and jewelry — confirmation of his career successes. The rest of the video shows Toosii mobbing heavy in different locations, including a gas station and red-lit room.
The visual for “red die” follows previously released clips for “back together,” “what it cost,” and “shop.” In addition to loose cuts like like “IG Live” and his “Back In Blood” remix, this year also saw Toosii contributing to tracks like YNW Bortlen’s “Lovey Dovey,” Nuski2Squad’s “Gone Too Soon,” Lil Tjay’s “Love Hurts,” and BRS Kash’s “Feel Better.” Last year, he dropped a healthy amount of projects for his fans — three EPs, My Shit Now, BIG STEPPA and DICKPRESSED, the mixtape Platinum Heart (and its deluxe upgrade), and Poetic Pain, Toosii official debut LP that saw a couple of assists from Lil Durk and Summer Walker.
Fans can enjoy Toosii’s “red die” below. In related news, the North Carolinian star has also recently announced a U.S. headline tour, which kicks off this October — that full schedule and announcement can be seen as well.