Directed by Matt Earl, the visual sees Cordae as an underground boxer and Thugger as his money-making manager. The younger rapper spoke to Apple Music’s Ebro Darden about the track, calling his collaborator “a master of cadence.” Cordae explained, “We did that joint one of the first nights we was in the studio just linking up. And we just sitting down in a control room going back and forth and it’s incredible with Thug, this n***a is a master of cadence, flow and being able to create high level music at an extremely fast pace. And he would stop what the engineer doing and shift the vocals and put a certain EQ and compressor on a vocal so I’m just so impressed by that as well. I tell Thug all the time I told him this in person, I’ll say it right now too. I feel like when it’s all said and done, he definitely belongs in the rock and roll hall of fame for sure.”
“Wassup” appeared on Cordae’s latest EP Just Until…, which will lead up to his next studio album From A Bird’s Eye View.”…it’s two completely separate entities. The idea behind the Just Until… four-pack was just to put out some collection of some high level loosies, you know what I’m saying? And just to hold fans over till I finished this album really,” he added.
Watch Cordae and Young Thug’s “Wassup” music video above.
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