Check out the latest hot new visual for Pop Smoke and Lil Tjay’s “Mood Swings”

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Check out the latest hot new visual for Pop Smoke and Lil Tjay’s “Mood Swings”

Check out the latest hot new visual for Pop Smoke and Lil Tjay’s “Mood Swings”

The clip stars Jordyn Woods and the González twins.

While the world of hip hop remains in mourning since the loss of Pop Smoke, his music lives on. This past July saw the release of Brooklyn rapper’s posthumous debut album Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon, as well as his deluxe version. Overall, the project features 34 healthy cuts and features from Quavo, Lil Baby, DaBaby, Swae Lee, Future, 50 Cent, Tyga, Fivio Foreign, and much more. Today, fans can see a new image from the “Mood Swings” project, which features Lil Tjay and sees the two collaborators rapping about women and wealth on the production of Kiwi, Dizzy Banko and The Beat Menace:

“Every time I f***, she call me daddy, my lil’ mama nasty, I see the p***y through the panties, she taste like candy, she a queen, like Nefertiti, uh oh, my lil’ mama sittin’ pretty/

And we be shoppin’ through the city, I gave her keys to the Bentley, get off your knees, you don’t gotta cry to me, I’m your best friend, baby, you don’t gotta lie…/”

While there are no images of Pop Smoke or Lil Tjay in the Oliver Cannon-directed clip, viewers can see appearances by Jordyn Woods and the Gonzalez twins. The women spend the clip’s runtime showing off their curves in bathing suits with other outfits, and at one point they can be seen rapping along the track in a room covered with a digital screen with a Lamborghini in the background. Simply put, this video is definitely a sight for sore eyes.

Previously, Pop Smoke released the commercial mixtapes Meet The Woo and Meet The Woo Vol. 2 in 2019 and last February, respectively, which have established the late artist as one of the most successful of the still evolving drill scene, from Brooklyn. It is truly unfortunate that the world was stolen from a talent that had infinite potential at only 20 years old.


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