It’s amazing to see the amount of new success that Russ Millions and Tion Wayne have achieved after their chart-topping single “Body.” Since then, Russ has continued his momentum with “Big Shark,” along with a matching visual that features Stefflon Don and makes light of a past communication leak between Stefflon and her brother Dutchavelli. Yesterday (August 20), he adds to that with another infectious banger titled “Exciting,” a collaboration with Buni that sees the two rapping about career successes, women, and their wild and crazy lifestyles:
“Let me talk some shit, I’m a platinum prick, I been makin’ hits, the gyaldem love this Jamaican kid, uh-huh, mhm, make her shake her hips, wa-wa, wroom-vroom, when we skrr and skid, pipe man’s girl, man’s takin’ a piss, bareback ting, man’s takin’ a risk, six-sixteen, bun ah boy skin, Back my, fuck fist fightin’, who’s that, Skillibeng? When man gets the drop, it’s excitin’…”
Directed by Toxic, the accompanying clip for “Exciting” takes Russ and Buni to the island of Jamaica. During the day, they can be seen on a yacht with beautiful women, plenty of drinks, and more — by night, the mob moves to the streets, where everyone can be seen vibing to the music. Even Popcaan makes a cameo appearance throughout.
A few weeks ago, Russ took to social media to reveal that he was in the studio with none other than Bobby Shmurda, who the world has been waiting on since his prison release following a six-year stint. In the clip, Shmurda can be seen dancing to an unknown instrumental opposite the South London star while Rowdy Rebel stands nearby. Hopefully, some new music will materialize from what had to have been an eventful recording session, to say the least.
Join the party with Russ Millions and Buni below.
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