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Big Scarr, Foogiano, Pooh Shiesty, and Gucci Mane connect for “SoIcyBoyz 3”

The Tay Keith-produced posse cut is taken from Scarr’s upcoming ‘Big Grim Reaper’ project.

Big Scarr, Foogiano, Pooh Shiesty, and Gucci Mane
Big Scarr, Foogiano, Pooh Shiesty, and Gucci Mane
Video screenshot/Omar The Director

Currently, Gucci Mane’s New 1017 collective is quickly becoming the hottest out. Last October, the Atlanta legend gave us a formal introduction to his artists Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, Roboy, K Shiday, Big Scarr, and Enchanting with So Icy Gang, Vol. 1. Foogiano followed with Gutta Baby a short time later, and — most recently — Shiesty liberated his top five debut Shiesty Season, which sees assists from the likes of Lil Durk, Gucci Mane, BIG30, 21 Savage, and Tay Keith.

Next up, Big Scarr will be blessing the masses with Big Grim Reaper, a 17-track effort that boasts the previous drops “Frozone,” “Traphouse,” “I Would Keep Goin,” and the first two installment of his popular “SoIcyBoyz” series. This past weekend, fans were able to check out a new video for “SoIcyBoyz 3,” which sees Scarr, Gucci, Shiesty, and Foogiano trading street bars over production from Tay Keith:

“We don’t blank on missions, now he missin’, swimmin’ with the fishes, Wockhardt got me pissin’, diamonds glisten, strapped up with that glizzy, all my clothes be fitted, G-Star denim, these not True religions/

If I take your soul, I’m not repentin’, reaper my religion, can’t show the internet how I be livin’, sticks steamer, ride through the city, stay out the way and get paid, niggas all in they feelings/”

Courtesy of Omar The Director, the accompanying clip features all of the trappings of the rich rapper lifestyle — a lavish mansion, plenty of jewelry, and a bevy of beautiful women. A couple of humorous moments take place as well, including Scarr dunking on the extras in attendance.

Presumably, the visual for “SoIcyBoyz 3” was filmed shortly prior to Foogiano’s unfortunate arrest. This month also saw the Greensboro, GA native release a video for “Free Foo,” kickstarting a campaign for his release.

Press play on Scarr & Co.’s “SoIcyBoyz 3” — and, if you missed it, Foogiano’s “Free Foo” — below.

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