Toosii throws a wild pool party in new visual for “fuck marry kill”
The track can be found on Toosii’s ‘Thank You For Believing” project.
Last month, Toosii blessed his fans with his latest project Thank You For Believing, a 13-track offering featuring assists from DaBaby, Latto, and Key Glock. The project is the North Carolina-based talent’s biggest to date, landing him within the top 30 of the Billboard 200 thanks to roughly 23,000 first-week album equivalent units sold. Just recently, the rising star was also inducted into this year’s XXL Freshman class, joining the likes of 42 Dugg, Flo Milli, Morray, Coi Leray, Pooh Shiesty, Blxst, and more as the next collective of hip hop artists to watch.
Following well-received visuals for “red die,” “back together,” “what it cost,” and “shop,” Toosii returns with another dope clip from Thank You For Believing for “fuck marry kill,” a PlutoBrazy and DatBoiGetro-produced offering that seems to take inspiration from Ludacris’ “Area Codes,” with Toosii waxing poetic about the different relationships he has around the country:
“Oh, she from New York, yeah, I tell her, “Yerr,” she want a Birkin, put work in, she get a purse, and my shawty from Chicago, a schoolgirl, a nerd, know I fuck with Von, said she not from 63rd, ‘nother Florida baby, she from Miami, call me jit, she kinda selfish, won’t let me fuck with a bitch, and my lil’ chick from Ohio only fuck with the dick, yeah, I got a bitch in every state, I get to pick…”
Courtesy of Blank Square, the release keeps with the same theme of many music videos we’ve seen since both warmer months and loosening quarantine restrictions have arrived — a massive pool party in a lavish residence with plenty of money, different vices, and beautiful women. The world is officially open, and Toosii’s latest clip is making the best of it in the most rockstar way possible.
Press play on “fuck marry kill” below.
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