By Amanda Wicks
It’s been nearly a month since YG dropped Still Brazy, the follow-up to his 2014 album The Krazy Life, and today (July 13) he shared the very first music video for his title track.
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In the video’s opening moments, the Compton rapper grabs a spray paint can and tags a blank wall with “This S— Brazy.” From there, the video, which has a strong black, white and red color theme, gets all sorts of trippy. YG’s shadow turns red, and he morphs, multiplies and changes color.
It’s fitting that he raps about “paranoia” on the track, because there’s a sense of that running throughout the video. What starts off as a clean-cut feel thanks to a primarily white room shifts to an angry red backdrop. At the same time, YG and his posse lose their coordinated costumes and show off their tattooed chests.
Check out YG’s latest at Radio.com.