AD and Jaynari are back with the visual to “Leakin” featuring Wiz Khalifa.
After representing for all the Crips on the west side on the bold-faced “Crip Lives Matter,” the Compton duo and the Taylor Gang frontman link up to bring fans a caption worthy visual.
In one scene of the visual, Wiz, AD, and Jaynari rap about good times and everyday street life with confident swagger amidst colorful lights.
In another scene, the trio is surrounded by beautiful women, alcohol, and bongs filled with high-grade weed.
The entire visual is infectious but the highlight of the performance is Wiz’s verse.
Lit up, kinda hard for me to sit up/Nigga talk tough get hit up/Bout to roll a zip up/Pull up make the whole car lift up/Mad cause your dip coming with us/I got your b***h in the back taking pictures/Tattoos on my body like scriptures/Shorty got an ass on her sort of like Deeelishis/I’ma gonna grab on it, I don’t ask permission
Is Wiz promoting the trend of non-consensual groping now?
“Leakin” is the latest hard-hitting single from the duo’s full-length collaborative debut Last of The 80s.
Supported by leading single “Basic,” the new album delves deeper into AD’s personal life without holding back on the club bangers.
Last of The 80s blends elements of classic west coast gangsta rap and new school trap music laced with rhythmic production.
Featuring guest appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Tory Lanez, OT Genasis, Kid Ink, Eric Bellinger, G Perico, and Kool John, the new album is worth listening to.
Last of The 80s is scheduled for release on April 28th. Peep the “Leakin” visual—which first premiered on World Star Hip Hop on Monday—below.
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