Young Crazy releases new video for "No Rap Advice"
Young Crazy lets you hang with the boys in his new visual for "No Rap Advice."
Virginia street icon Young Crazy is back with a new visual for his fan-favorite “No Rap Advice.” The song is the 2nd track from the DMV rappers’ latest project, Interstate 110. "No Rap Advice” is a reminder that the Norfolk bred rapper can switch it up and rap with the best of them. Crazo is seen in the HD clip rapping alongside some of his partners in a luxurious penthouse in Los Angeles. Although he was far away from his VA home, he is forever keeping his hometown in his rhymes. Moreover, he is ready to put his homies on game and show them other ways to reach wealth outside of rap. Peep the hustler's handbook video HERE.
Most recently, Young Crazy was featured on a bus stop billboard to commemorate Spotify's new Ripple Effect: DMV Playlist. This comes on the heels of him being featured on OVO Sound Radio by co-founder Oliver El-Khatib (Drake, DVSN, Popcaan)—listen HERE (10:59 mark). Things are looking up for the 757 represented. He has had a lot of traction for a while, but something about this year's run seems much more strategic.
A lyrical jam from Young Crazy's Interstate 110 project, the visual effort for "No Rap Advice" arrives shortly after his regional hit "Shell Jumping" with Icewear Vezzo. The 9-track offering dropped on May 6 with brand new material that fans previously haven't heard, including cuts like "No Wellin" and "Blicks up in the Party." It serves as a follow-up to Gin in the Pot, his 2020 collaboration tape with superproducer Pyrex (J. Cole, DaBaby, Young Thug, Offset).
Be sure to tap in with Young Crazy via Instagram @youngcrazy110.
Check out Young Crazy's most recent visual for his track, "No Rap Advice," below!