Today (Oct. 29), Winners Circle’s Sleepy Hallow shares new music video for “Luv Em All,” directed by Diesel Films. “Luv Em All” is from the deluxe version of Sleepy’s debut album Still Sleep? released earlier this month via Winners Circle/RCA Records. Produced entirely by Great John, the deluxe included new features from Chucky73, Casper Magico, Eli Fross, Skillibeng and more. In the freshly released “Luv Em All” visual, Sleepy is surrounded by beautiful women in a mansion as he delivers his bars:
Light skin, brown skin, gyal, I love ‘em all, dark skin girl, I could catch you if you fall/ We could go to Mars, we could do the most, two twin bitches, I can’t pick, I love ‘em both/ I can’t pick, I love ‘em both and I got too attached, so I had to go ghost, and girl, that shit is fat, could I show it to the bros
In terms of other visuals, he dropped off his “Scrub” clip from the project, which channels the TLC classic. Last year, Sleepy Hallow dropped off the full-length body of work Sleepy Hallow Presents: Sleepy For President, which contained 12 hard-hitting drill cuts and contributions from Fousheé, Fivio Foreign, Jay Critch, and Sheff G, who joined his Winners Circle Entertainment compadre on three songs. A month later, Hallow would keep his momentum going with The Black House EP, which saw him alongside Sheff and Jay Gwuapo throughout five tracks. Outside of his own work, Hallow could also be heard on cuts like DJ Drewski’s “2020 Vision,” Woo Reyz’s “No Gang” and “Nycha (Remix),” and DJ Megan Ryte’s “Strapped.” Next month, Sleepy will embark on the “Still Sleep? Tour” presented by Rolling Loud & Live Nation.
Be sure to press play on Sleepy Hallow’s brand new “Luv Em All” music video down below.
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