Minnesota-based rapper Yung Gravy has dropped new visuals for the track “Tampa Bay Bustdown,” featuring Chief Keef and Y2K. This Sosa feature follows his The GloFiles (Pt. 4). mixtape project unveiled at the beginning of the month.
Clocking in at exactly two minutes, the song is a buoyant country-steeped banger with a mid-tempo groove. Produced by Y2K, the instrumentals are dominated by blaring 808s and a busy banjo riff that blends seamlessly with Gravy’s unique vocal cadence and Keef’s auto-tuned verses.
Sosa kicks off the song with the first verse filled with fun wordplay and puns, like “Runnin’ through the crib with a stick like Harry Potter / Go ‘head run it back, we can get it Mary Poppin’” and “Ring ring, we got the drop, we finna drop every opp / Hopped in the ‘Rari, and told that b*tch ‘Giddy up’.” Gravy jumps on the second verse, penning lyrics about country life in Florida with lines like “Baptized in the Chattahoochee / Trailer park coochie, steel-toed Gucci’s” and “F150, whip it like a hooptie / Pull up to the Garth Brooks show for the groupies.” To accompany the track, the visuals were taken in countryside Tampa Bay, mobbing day and night with big monster trucks, dirt bikes and nice cars, while a short cut of Sosa with a banjo wraps up the video.
Scroll above for a look at Yung Gravy’s music video for the track “Tampa Bay Bustdown,” featuring Chief Keef and Y2K.
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