Today (July 23), Yung Bleu reveals his official debut LP Moon Boy, which sees 15 tracks and a slew of features from the likes of John Legend, H.E.R., Kodak Black, Moneybagg Yo, Kehlani, Big Sean, Jeezy, Gunna, Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, and Drake — the last of whom appeared on the Platinum-certified single “You’re Mines Still (Remix).” Following the release, fans can now check out a new visual from said project for “Ghetto Love Birds,” which features A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and sees the artists showing love to their significant others over some soulful production courtesy of Nate Rhoads:
“Bad lil’ bitch, she from the projects, ain’t it, bad attitude, I’m makin’ progress, ain’t it, she know I got bands, get a lotta that, baby, I ain’t fuckin’ with your man, get you outta that, baby, diamonds got the bird flu, flyer than a raven, all that freaky talk’ll get you stabbed like Jason, I told her I want sex on arrival, I might just eat you up for survival, ghetto love birds, that’s the title…”
Directed by Joán, the accompanying clip for “Ghetto Love Birds” begins rather artistically, with Bleu kissing a bird before sending it off into the distance. We then see both Bleu and his love interest getting fresh before taking a night ride in his old school convertible — unfortunately, he soon finds himself at odds with law enforcement. Meanwhile, A Boogie performs his verse while in a tornado-filled desert. Thankfully, Bleu is eventually released (at the same time as a bird from its own cage, no less), allowing him and his girl to ride off into the sunset and become the very birds viewers were seeing throughout the video.