Today (Dec. 3), Toosii makes his return with a brand new trio of songs packaged into a project aptly titled Pretty Girls Love Toosii. The three-pack is his “tribute to women everywhere” and includes a sole feature from Jacquees. Paired with the release is the official visual for the project’s outro track “Shallow.” The surreal clip is directed by 6TH ELEMENT, who also led the video for Toosii’s “Sapiosexual,” which now sits at over 25 million views on YouTube. The “Shallow” visual opens with Toosii taking a lonesome drive through the desert as his opening lyrics play:
You don’t look at me the way you should and I know, you got other dudes, so tell me where do I go?/ Tell me how they feel when they see you in my clothes? You makin’ it hard for me, I won’t lie
But just ’cause you got options, don’t mean I won’t try I sit in the mirror and let time pass by ’cause you get shallow, oh I spend way too much time with you on my mind, Gotta get to know you better
Back in May, Toosii blessed us with his latest body of work Thank You for Believing, which initially came with 13 tracks and a few assists from Latto, DaBaby, and Key Glock. Not too long after, the Raleigh-based star would upgrade that release with a deluxe edition dubbed The Manifestation, which added on 10 additional cuts and a couple of collaborations alongside Hotboii and Fivio Foreign.
In addition to the aforementioned releases, Toosii also became one of this year’s XXL Freshman, joining the likes of 42 Dugg, Flo Milli, Morray, Pooh Shiesty, Coi Leray, and Blxst. Last fall, he liberated his official debut LP Poetic Pain, along with the equally dope EPs Big Steppa and D***pressed.
Be sure to press play on Toosii’s brand new Pretty Girls Love Toosii three pack.
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