After kicking the year off with her high-intensity single “IDGAF,” Rico Nasty is now lending her eccentric sounds to fellow rapper Jucee Froot. The two emcees have recently dropped off the music video for Jucee Froot’s official “Psycho” remix, with the brazen musicians giving a no-holds-barred performance to match their equally bold lyrics.
Directed by Terrius Mykel, the visual sees the two artists cast as inmates in a federal prison. The duo seems to be completely unbothered by the consequences surrounding their reckless actions, as they proceed to torment the guards and stir up controversy throughout the jail cells. Jucee Froot, a lively Memphis rapper who has garnered a sizable social media fanbase over the years, starts the record off with a few unapologetic bars about her risqué lifestyle, leaving Rico Nasty to finish the job with her ever-tough lyricism. Watch it all go down now in the video above.
Jucee Froot released her latest album, Schizophrenic Flow, in March of 2019. Most recently, she joined the official soundtrack for Birds of Prey with her new single “Danger.” Taking to Instagram to dole out a “warning” to her fans, the artist explained in the caption: “I MADE THIS SONG SPECIFICALLY FOR THE MOVIE SO ITS A DIFFERENT SOUND… ENJOY!!!”
As for Rico Nasty, the musician shared the collaborative album Broken with Xanman and YungManny in September. She also synced up with slowthai and ICECOLDBISHOP in November as a part of Take A Daytrip’s track “Lighthouse.”