Stunna 4 Vegas and GetRichZay “Go Nutz” in new video
The track originally appeared on GetRichZay’s ‘Same Zay’ project.
Last month, GetRichZay released his latest project Same Zay, which sees 12 tracks with additional features from Jdot Breezy, YBT OBN, RBM Rello, Lil Flip, and more. This week, the Durham rising star drops off a visual for “Go Nutz,” which features fellow North Carolinian Stunna 4 Vegas and sees the two going back and forth with bars about street life, women, and loyalty:
“Bitch, I’m a hot boy with this fire on, love when I fuck her diamonds on, she get flipped, I grip her hips, hold on, let me slip this condom on, my nigga fuckin’ with me if I’m right or wrong, off my top, I don’t even write a song, me and six runnin’ these hoes like a marathon, I knock a opp off the park like I’m Barry Bonds…”
Directed by Counterpoint 2.0, the accompanying clip for “Go Nutz” sees the two in a parking lot, revving and doing donuts in an all-black Hellcat. The video is simple and to the point, leaving the proverbial spotlight largely on the music.
“Go Nutz” follows Stunna’s recent LP “Activated,” which marks his first official release since his third studio album Welcome To 4 Vegas. Released last year, that album saw 13 songs with assists from Toosii, Murda Beatz, Ola Runt, and Billion Dollar Baby head honcho DaBaby. Prior to that, 2020 also saw Stunna liberating his sophomore drop RICH YOUNGIN, which featured 12 cuts and contributions from Offset, Blac Youngsta, and — once again — DaBaby. Outside of his own work, Stunna also provided verses on tracks like Polo G’s “Go Stupid,” PHresher’s “All The Smoke (Remix),” and Blac Youngsta’s “Crash Out.” Presumably, a new warm weather-ready body of work lies somewhere on the horizon.
Press play on Stunna 4 Vegas and GetRichZay’s “Go Nutz” video below.
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