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Wuki and Smokepurpp go on a desert adventure in “Birdz” video

“We didn’t even wanna leave—next thing we knew, we had so much footage to work with.”

Smokepurpp, Wuki Bryson Moberley

Today (Feb. 17), Wuki and Smokepurpp premiere their new music video for their collab track “Birdz.” The new visual sees the duo riding through the desert on high-powered quads and sand viper dune buggies, ensuring they match the high-speed energy of the track. As the two ride off into the desert, Smokepurpp delivers his up-tempo verse:

Lil Purpp bring all the birds out, bring all the hoes out, bring all the money out/ It’s a good day outside, so I just might go and bring the whole Rarri’ out. Yoppa in the backseat and he got a .38, he just might let the bitch air it out/ Walk in the party with an AK, take out the bitches and thеn I’ma clear it out/ Two iPhones they ringing, two iPhonеs they ringing, yeah, two choppas they singing, bitches in the kitchen, yeah/ I’m on a whole ‘nother level, I tell your bitch to put me on her pedestal/ Laugh on you n***as, ahead of you. Try me, my n***as get rid of you.

The process of filming the new visual worked out better than Wuki could have imagined, as his and Smokepurpp’s energies fused together for a genuinely enjoyable time. “This video was probably the most fun I ever had on a shoot,” he tells REVOLT about the making of the visual. “We didn’t even really go in thinking we were shooting a music video, but we were having so much fun mobbing around on those ATVs and we didn’t even wanna leave—next thing we knew, we had so much footage to work with. I couldn’t be happier with how this all came together.”

Wuki has collaborated with Juvenile, Yung Baby Tate, Stoppa, Diplo, Shaq, Skrillex, Slayyyter, among many others. He scored his first-ever grammy nomination in January 2019 for his remix of the Miley Cyrus hit ‘Mother’s Daughter.’ Back in June, Purpp released the Florida Jit project, which sees 17 tracks and appearances from Lil Pump, Young Nudy, Denzel Curry, Rick Ross, and Jack Harlow.

Be sure to press play on Wuki and Smokepurpp’s new video for “Birdz” down below.

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