Today (Dec. 8), Roc Nation’s vey own Bobby Fishscale taps in with Quavo to drop off the official visual for “Huncho Fishscale” from his recently released body of work. The November EP The Evolution boasts of a wide array of star-studded features including Juicy J, Zaytoven, DJ Paul, Mozzy, Ink and Roc Nation labelmate Kalan.FrFr.
Directed by Ben Marc and shot in Atlanta, the duo pulls up to the “Fishscale Family” market as they run the shop as butchers hustling to maintain a business that provides for their families. The video switches swiftly from scenes of them putting in work to the market’s snowy freezer as both artists show off their ice while Quavo takes the opening verse:
I was kickin’ doors and trappin’, way before I rapped on beats (Trappin’)/ Shawty been fucking freaks, polo shirt, white tee (Yeah)/ Momma never kicked me out (Momma) ’cause my bankroll was too neat and I always paid the bills and I always kept it street
I was kickin’ doors and trappin’ way before I rapped on beats (Trappin’)/ Shawty been fucking freaks (Zoo, zoo) polo shirt, white tee (Zoo)/
Of the song, Quavo only had great things to say about both the process and Bobby. “When we created ‘Huncho Fishscale’ it came natural to both of us,” Quavo says via press release. “He’s one of the coldest coming out of Florida right now, then we took it to the A to shoot the video. We kept it street. Salute Bobby.”
The Evolution is Bobby’s second full EP release following his 2020 EP The Last Re-Up and mixtapes, Super Fishy, and Da Relapse. For the last few months, Quavo was still sailing off the release of Migos’ long-awaited third installment of their Culture series, which boasts 24 cuts and a slew of collaborations alongside Drake, Migos, Cardi B, Justin Bieber, Juice WRLD, Pop Smoke, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, and more.
Be sure to press play on Bobby Fishscale’s brand new music video for “Huncho Fishscale” featuring Quavo down below.